Cedar Hill, MO – Just before 1 p.m. Sunday, September 20, Michael Hollingshead, 63, was injured in a 2-car accident at the intersection of Dutch Creek Rd. and Byrnesville Rd., near Cedar Hill, MO.
Mr. Hollingshead was driving his 2008 Harley Davidson through the intersection, when he was struck by a 2014 Chevy Equinox attempting to make a left turn. Mr. Hollingshead was ejected from his motorcycle and sustained serious injures in the process and was taken by helicopter to Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. His current condition is unknown. The driver of the Chevy, Shannon Buchholz, 31, was apparently uninjured in the accident.
There is no word whether their were other factors in the accident such as excessive speed. Luckily for Mr. Hollingshead, he was wearing a helmet when the crash occurred. It is unclear if there were any citations or potentials charges.
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Map of the Accident Intersection
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