Two transported to Mercy Hospital South after Washington County crash
Posted on Wednesday, October 28th, 2020
JOHNSON TOWNSHIP, MO – Two people were transported to Mercy Hospital South after a crash at 10157 Emerald Drive on Wednesday evening.
Police reported that a 2009 Polaris Ranger 570 driven by 42-year-old Victor Owens was heading northbound when the vehicle struck something in the road and flipped over.
Owens was not injured in the crash, but two of his passengers were. Megan Wolz, 36, suffered moderate injuries, while 37-year-old Gregory Stansberry’s injuries were considered serious.
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