Posted On: November 19, 2009 by Ryan Bradley

Missouri car accident on Highway 94 sends four to hospital

Four people were hospitalized Wednesday afternoon after a two-car accident on Highway 94 in St. Charles County, Missouri.

This Missouri injury accident occurred just east of Route DD when Jo McCall, 66, lost control of her Jeep Cherokee, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. McCall's Jeep crossed the center line into the path of a 2008 Saturn Outlook, driven by Timothy Barrett, 53. Barrett was unable to avoid the collision and the two vehicles collided head-on, totaling both the car and Jeep.

McCall and Timothy Barrett both suffered serious personal injury in the wreck. Also in the Saturn at the time were Mark Barrett, 27, and Deborah Barrett, 54, who both sustained serious injury as well. All four were transported to St. John's Hospital in Creve Coeur for emergency treatment.

As of now, we don't have an indication as to what caused McCall to lose control of her Jeep. As this accident is investigated, more details should emerge as to whether McCall was simply distracted, or if another driver contributed to the crash. Since liability and negligence are often complicated issues to prove after a car accident, a St. Louis area car crash lawyer is a vital adviser to have if you are involved in such a scenario. Crash victims often can't rely on insurance company representatives to help them after an accident as they are often more concerned with the bottom line than with the well being of crash victims.

Our St. Charles, Missouri car accident lawyers offer free legal consultations on all injury related matters. If you or someone you know wants immediate answers to common questions after a car accident, call us at 314-400-0000 today.