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Five killed in separate accidents in STL

It was a busy and tragic night in St. Louis, Missouri Tuesday when several vehicles crashed, killing five. In addition, there were four crashes total that took place; the first happened on I-55 when a tractor-trailer got a flat tire and rear-ended another car. Sadly, Erin Nabe-Jenkins, who was the driver of rear-ended vehicle, was killed instantly when her car went under the semi. The second crash occurred when a vehicle skidded off the road and thus killed two pedestrians on the sidewalk located in Evanston in Wellston.

The identities of the pedestrians have not yet been released. The third accident happened on the McKinley Bridge when a vehicle hit a guardrail, stopped on the road and was struck by a semi. The driver of the vehicle was sent to a nearby hospital, yet their condition is not currently known. The last accident happened on I-70 and 44 when a driver lost control of their vehicle, hit the side of the Cass overpass, and then caught fire. Two people were killed in that crash, one that was ejected from the vehicle.

The skilled St. Louis personal injury lawyers at Meyerkord & Kurth are dedicated professionals with over 95 years of combined experience in semi truck, and motor-vehicle accident cases, and are ready to serve you. Likewise, when represented by Meyerkord & Kurth, you will receive the personal attention and excellent service that you deserve while we work tirelessly for you to get you the financial compensation you deserve. Please contact us today for a free consultation.

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