The St. Louis Metropolitan Police are investigating a multi-vehicle auto accident that occurred Thursday night. Witnesses claim that a Chevrolet Monte Carlo was traveling southbound on Hall Street when a Dodge Stratus ran a red light and t-boned the Chevrolet at the intersection of Hall and Gimblin Streets. According to police, two individuals were pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, and two others were seriously injured and transported to the hospital. Police are investigating the accident and do not believe that drag racing caused the crash.
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