Bryleigh Greene, 4, Ethan Price, 11, killed, Steven Galvin, 52, Cynthia Galvin, 53, Theresa A. Godwin, 30, injured, taken to hospital, after a two car crash at an intersection in rural Jefferson County.
Two children from Granite City were killed in a wreck in Jefferson County Saturday.
Two children, ages 4 and 11, were killed Saturday evening in a two-vehicle accident in an unincorporated part of Jefferson County.
A four-year-old Granite City, Ill. girl and 11-year-old Granite City, Ill. boy are dead after a Saturday afternoon crash in Jefferson County, Missouri.
Four-year-old Bryleigh Greene and 11-year-old Ethan Price were passengers in the car that was struck. Three other people were injured.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident happened at approximately 5:30 p.m. near the intersection of Frontier and State Roads.
The 11-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene. The other child died after being flown to Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital. Both children were buckled in.
The driver of the car, Theresa A. Godwin, a 30-year-old Granite City woman, suffered serious injuries.
Fifty-two-year-old Steven Galvin, the driver of the other vehicle involved in the crash, had minor injuries. His wife, 53-year-old Cynthia Galvin, had moderate injuries. The Galvins were wearing their seatbelts.
The MSHP said Godwin was traveling eastbound while the Galvins were traveling westbound. Godwin apparently turned left in front of the oncoming car and was struck.
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Two people were airlifted to the hospital after a multi-vehicle wreck in St. Clair County, Ill. on Tuesday.
According to police, two men were in a vehicle heading southbound on Ill. Route 4 near Jefferson when the driver lost control, overcorrected and slammed head-on into a car heading the opposite direction.
The driver of the first vehicle and a woman driving the other car were airlifted to the hospital. The other male passenger was taken to a Belleville hospital before being transfered to a hospital in St. Louis.
All three victims are in critical condition.