Semi Accident Causes Fiery Crash on I-69
An unidentified person lost their life in a fiery crash last Monday night on I-69. The crash involved four vehicles, and was caused when a semi truck driver failed to slow down when entering a construction zone.
The semi truck was driven by Kim McCall, a 58-year-old St. Ann, MO. resident. McCall’s truck struck a car on the interstate, which caused that car to burst into flames. The car that caught fire then hit a pickup truck in front of it, which then caused the truck to strike a fourth vehicle.
The driver of the car that caught fire was killed in the accident. Other drivers and passengers were not injured in the accident, although one state trooper was treated for smoke inhalation after investigating the crash. For more information and updates on this accident, you can follow the story from FOX 59.
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