Two people injured when 43-year-old driver ran red light
Posted on Tuesday, December 8th, 2020
FENTON, MO – Two people were injured when Jessica Lamb, 43, ran a red light at Westbound Highway 30 and New Sugar Creek Road and caused an accident on Monday night.
Police report Lamb was traveling southbound on New Sugar Creek Road in a 2016 Dodge Challenger when she ran a red light and struck a 2017 Ford Escape that was traveling southbound on Highway 30.
Both Lamb and the driver of the Ford, identified as 42-year-old Parren Williams, sustained moderate injuries. Lamb was transported to Mercy Hospital South and Williams was transported to SSM Health St. Clare Hospital.
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