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A wrong way collision claims three lives Sunday morning in St. Clair Missouri

By Maria Keena,


ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - Three people died following a head on collision on Interstate 44 by St. Clair Missouri Sunday morning before 10:00

The Highway Patrol reports, a Jeep Cherokee, driven by 64-year old Tina Degonia of House Spings was driving the wrong way and struck the first car, killing two people, 26-year old Sabrina Sutton and 27-year old Rachel Worley of Indiana.

Degonia then went on to hit a third and fourth car those people were not seriously injured. Degonia died at the scene.

Accident reconstruction is investigating two separate Saturday night accidents that left people critically injured.

A 71-year old man is in critical unstable condition after slamming into a car, while make a left turn off of Hampton onto Potomac. The 52-year old driver of the other car is in stable condition.

A violent collision on interstate 55 at 44 around 1:30 Sunday morning. One car, traveling at a high rate of speed tried to pass another vehicle, lost control, became airborne, struck a stone wall, and another car. A 26-year old man was ejected from that car and was in critical unstable condition.

Three other people in that car are in stable condition, as are the occupants of the two other vehicles.

This follows Friday's fatal accident at North Broadway and Humbolt. A woman stopped at red light died at the scene after being struck by a car, that then hit several other cars. The seven other injured people are all in stable condition.

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