seeking info on auto accident in st charles county missouri that happened this week?
possibly involving alcohol. the vehicle was a trailblazer
- GreyRainbowLv 41 decade agoBest Answer
ST. LOUIS: Police have identity of crash victim, 74
A woman killed Thursday in a traffic crash in St. Louis has been identified as Rosetta Hood, 74. Police said Hood, of the 4400 block of San Francisco, made a left turn on eastbound Natural Bridge Avenue, near Newstead Avenue, and collided with an oncoming pickup. She died at the scene. Three people in the pickup were hurt.
ST. CHARLES: Man dies from injuries after Tuesday crash
A 27-year-old St. Charles man has died from injuries from a one-car crash Tuesday night in the 200 block of Sutters Mill Road, St. Peters police said.
Clay W. Brandon, of the 500 block of John Meyer Drive, died at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis.
Brandon was traveling west on Sutters Mill about 11:20 p.m. when his car struck a tree. Police said he apparently had been driving well over the 25 mph posted speed limit.
ST. LOUIS: Man's body is found in burning car
Firefighters who put out a car fire about 7 p.m. Thursday at Vista and South Taylor avenues found the body of a man in the back seat, police said.
An autopsy today should determine the cause of death, authorities said. Police did not know who the victim was but said they believed the fire was set to cover up a crime.
ST. LOUIS: Police identify teen killed in single-car crash
Anthony Lewis, 14, was killed Wednesday evening when the speeding car in which he was riding struck a light pole and tree in the 6000 block of Cates Avenue, police said.
It happened shortly after 6:30 p.m. when the driver, Anthony's 17-year-old brother, lost control of the vehicle, police said. The driver and another passenger, also 17, were in serious but stable condition at a hospital. A 16-year-old passenger was in stable condition at a hospital and a fourth passenger, 16, declined medical treatment.
A Delta Zeta sorority member was killed in a car accident in St. Charles early Thursday morning.
Heather Brandow, a 22-year-old from Mexico, Mo. was driving alone in a 2000 Chevrolet Malibu when the accident took place at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
A highway patrol report said Brandow was driving westbound on Route P in St. Charles, Mo. when the front right tire of the Malibu "dropped off the edge of the roadway." She "overcorrected" the vehicle, which caused it to rotate counter-clockwise.
The vehicle then exited the left side of the road and struck a utility pole on its right side, and no safety device was being used, according to the report.
Brandow was taken to St. Joseph Hospital West, located in Lake St. Louis, Mo. by a St. Charles County ambulance. She was pronounced dead at the hospital at 1:37 a.m.
A statement released from the Pickering Funeral Home, located in Mexico, Mo., said Heather was born on July 24, 1984 in Mexico, Mo. to Larry and Kerri (Baker) Brandow. She graduated from Mexico High School in 2003 and was a senior studying business administration and international marketing at UM-St. Louis.
Members of the UM-St. Louis community mourned the loss at a memorial service held Thursday night at the Bellerive Chapel on South Campus. Father Bill Kempf led the memorial, and Brandow's sorority sisters were each given a pink rose.
As a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, Tanzeena Hossain, senior, psychology, said she met Brandow through UM-St. Louis' Greek Life. "She was one of my committee chairs for last year's Homecoming," she said.
Hossain said Brandow was the Althletics Chair of the 2005 Homecoming Committee. "She really put herself into things she was into," Hossain said about Brandow's commitment to the Homecoming Committee and everything else she witnessed Brandow take part in.
Brandow had a "really vibrant" personality and always had positive comments about "everything," Hossain said. "She was a lot of fun to be around, even when she was stressed she was fun," she said.
"She was one of those people you could tell cared a lot about the people she was close to," Hossain said.
According to Hossain, her sorority and the Delta Zeta sorority are "all pretty close" and they do a lot of activities together. She said that was how she and Brandow would hang out as friends.
"I always wanted to hang out more with her," Hossain said, "I'm sad that I never really acted upon that."
A wake was held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday Oct. 29 at the Pickering Funeral Home. The burial will take place Monday, Oct. 30 at 1 p.m. at the East Lawn Memorial Park in Mexico, MO
The funeral home's statement said flower memorials were suggested by the family to be made to the Delta Zeta Foundation, 202 E. Church Street, Oxford, Ohio 45056 or they may be sent in care of Pickering Funeral Home, 403 N. Western, Mexico, MO 65265.
Expressions of sympathy for the family can be posted through the funeral home's website at www.pickeringfh.com.
thats all I could find on accidents in St. charles good luck
- bobbieLv 43 years ago
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