Thursday, February 21, 2013
A Wildwood woman's car was totaled after an unknown driver prompted her to lose control Tuesday morning.
Julianna Eshraghi, a 48-year-old motorist from Wildwood, was driving her 2004 Kia Amanti westbound on Interstate 64 in St. Charles County at 9:20 a.m. Tuesday. She told Missouri State Highway Patrol officers an unidentified driver and vehicle changed lanes, causing her to swerve to avoid it. The accident occurred about 0.3 mile east of Missouri Research Park. Eshraghi lost control, traveled off the roadway and struck the center median. She was wearing a safety belt. She was taken to Mercy Medical Center by a St. Charles Ambulance crew for what was deemed minor injuries. But her car was totaled and towed from the accident scene. No other drivers or vehicles were involved.
Sunday, December 30, 2012
A Pacific man sustained serious injuries from the accident.
A 26-year-old man from Pacific is in the hospital with serious injuries after his vehicle overturned on eastbound highway T, 0.7 miles of St. Albans Road east junction, near Wildwood, at approximately 8:30 p.m. last Friday. James McFerrin was driving his 1999 Chevrolet Montecarlo when he traveled off the road, struck a tree and overturned, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol Report. McFerrin was transported to Mercy Medical Center in Washington, MO.
Sunday, July 22, 2012
When the driver of a vehicle sped through and hopped a curb during morning walk time at Lake Chesterfield subdivision in Wildwood Thursday morning, neighbors say they are just thankful no teen swimmers or people were injured.
A vehicle driven by a young male left the roadway at a high speed at the 400 block of Waterside Drive in Wildwood Thursday between 7:45 a.m. to 8 a.m., hopped the curb and crashed into a detached garage in the Lake Chesterfield subdivision. Both the driver and his passenger were injured, and were taken to a hospital by ambulance. St. Louis County Police Department-Wildwood Precinct officers said the driver was taken into custody and charges are pending. Residents told Patch they estimated the car to be traveling 70 mph. The impact pushed a Cadillac Escalade partially out of the hit garage and sprayed debris, including bricks, for 40 to 50 feet. The first Lake Chesterfield homeowners on the scene said they helped the driver and passenger …