Two people injured after Explorer hits dump truck on I-70
Posted on Monday, March 29th, 2021
ST. PETERS, MO – Two people were injured after a 2013 Ford Explorer hit a dump truck on eastbound I-70 on Sunday evening.
Police report that 33-year-old Terron A. Clark was traveling east on I-70 when he attempted to change lanes. The front of his Ford struck the rear of a dump truck. The accident happened west of Cave Springs Road around 7:58 p.m.
Clark and a 41-year-old female passenger in the Ford were transported to SSM Health DePaul Hospital for minor injuries. They were both wearing seat belts.
Brian C. Brown, the dump truck driver, was not injured.
The Ford was totaled and the dump truck sustained minor damages.
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