A trip to Walgreens ended in tragedy Monday evening in a freak accident, which involved a store patron being killed by a vehicle. Furthermore, police have identified the heroic mother who saved her child as, Colleen Segbers from Filmore Street in St. Louis. Segbers and her daughter were at the Walgreens store on Gravois when a car in the handicapped section suddenly accelerated, killing Segbers at the scene. The elderly woman who was driving the vehicle was adjusting her radio, and although she thought her car was in park, it suddenly jolted forward. Additionally, the woman in the vehicle accidentally pressed the gas petal instead of the brake. Although the woman states she tried to swerve away from hitting Segbers, and was obviously unsuccessful. Her family and community are remembering Segbers as a hero because she sacrificed her life to save her young daughter. Likewise, if Segbers had not pushed her daughter out of the way, it would have been her daughter killed instead of her. A website has been set up online to help the Segbers family pay for funeral expenses.
The skilled St. Louis personal injury attorney's at Meyerkord, Meyerkord & Kurth understand that your family's safety is a top priority, and will treat your vehicle case as such. Our attorney's have more than a century of combined experience in successfully settling vehicle crash cases, and those involving pedestrians whom have been injured or killed. Likewise, at Meyerkord, Meyerkord & Kurth we will vehemently fight for you to make sure you receive the fair financial compensation you deserve. Please call (314) 436-9958 or (800) 391-4318 for a no-obligation assessment of your potential motor vehicle case.
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