St. Charles Co., MO – At 1:50 a.m. Monday morning, 6 teenagers were injured in a 1-car accident on Route D, in St. Charles Co., MO.
The accident occurred when a 2009 Pontiac G8, driven by Rontrell Nunn-Fairer, 19, left the highway, hit a ditch and overturned. All 6 people in the vehicle suffered injuries of varying severity. The most seriously injured was 17-year-old Kaylee Hunter, who was taken by helicopter to Mercy Hospital in St. Louis. Rachel Peters, 17, was also seriously injured and taken to Mercy. Less severely injured, Eric Thrall, 16, was taken to Mercy, as well. From police reports it appears that none of the seriously injured people were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash.
Baxter Todd, 16, suffered more moderate injuries and was taken to St. Joseph Hospital. Jake Logan, 17, and Mr. Nunn-Fairer sustained minor injuries and were treated and released at the scene.
Investigators at the scene list the cause of the crash as driving too fast for conditions. There is no mention of alcohol or drug use.
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