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Crashes on Area Highways Monday Include Rollover on Route N

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported three different crashes in St. Charles County, involving residents of O'Fallon, Lake Saint Louis, Dardenne Prairie and Wentzville.

Lindell R. Ames, 57, of Warrenton, was driving a 1988 Ford Ranger northbound on Highway 79 just south of T.R. Hughes Boulevard when it crashed into a vehicle driven by an O'Fallon resident, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported.

The incident occurred at 12:07 p.m.

Ames attempted to turn left into the path of a 2008 Toyota Yaris driven by Erin B. Marion, 30, of O'Fallon.

Marion and an infant passenger in the car sustained minor injuries and were transported to SSM St. Joseph Hospital West. Both were wearing safety devices.

Ames was not injured. 

Marion's Toyota was totaled in the crash.

Teens Injured on Route N

A teen from Dardenne Prairie and a teen from Lake Saint Louis were injured in an accident on Route N Monday around 5 p.m.

Jack B. Greer, 17, of Dardenne Prairie, was driving a 2004 Chevy Tahoe eastbound on Route N west of Duello when he traveled off the roadway and then overcorrected. The car began to slide when he returned to the roadway, traveled off the right side again and overturned.

Greer and a passenger, Brendan M. MacDonald, 16, of Lake Saint Louis, both sustained moderate injuries and were transported to SSM St. Joseph Hospital West. 

Both teens were wearing seat belts, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported.

Driver Tries to Avoid Debris

At 9:10 p.m. on Monday, a 2004 Chrysler Sebring driving by Jill L. Seabaugh, 48, of  Wentzville was westbound on Highway 40 at Highway 94 when she attempted to avoid debris in the middle of the lane.

She struck a 2003 Ford Escape driven by Barry L. Harrison, 51, of O'Fallon. 

Seabaugh's vehicle traveled off the left side of the road and struck a concrete barrier. Harrison's Escape traveled off the right side of the roadway, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported.

Seabaught sustained minor injuries and was transported to Mercy Hospital. Harrison was not injured. Both were wearing safety devices.

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