A crash near South Rangeline Road and Highway WW sent three people to the hospital Wednesday night.
Thomas Miller, 59, was driving a car and didn’t stop for a stop sign, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. A pickup truck then ran into Miller’s vehicle, officials on scene said.
Miller is in critical condition according to University Hospital.
Kenneth Sparks, 40, was driving the other vehicle and had minor injuries. Howard King, 54, was a passenger in the car and also had minor injuries.
All three involved were taken to University Hospital. Sparks and King were treated and released.
The crash report said all three people were wearing their seatbelts at the time of the crash.
Firefighters had to extricate the sedan’s driver who was pinned under his car’s dash.
ABC 17 News crews at the scene said the man extricated from the sedan in a field near the crash site was awake and responsive when pulled from the vehicle.
The Boone County Sheriff’s Department was also on scene.
BCFD working vehicle crash with extrication at Hwy WW and Rangeline. Several patients. pic.twitter.com/Pk79RV8VwR
— Boone County Fire (@BooneCountyFire) February 14, 2019