Three Injured in Two-Car Crash in Cedar Hill
the Missouri State Highway Patrol reports a speeding pickup truck rear-ended another vehicle before running off the road and into a tree.
A two-car accident on Graham Road, just east of Cedar Hill Road, in Cedar Hill, left three people with minor to serious injuries Sunday, including a 4-year-old girl who was a passenger in one of the vehicles, according to a crash report by the Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP).
The MSHP reported that a 2011 Hyundai Genesis driven by Bradley Panassow, 43, of Maryland Heights, and a 1986 Ford F150 truck, driven by Linda M. Shaver, 58, of Cedar Hill, were travelling eastbound on Graham Road. The MSHP report indicated Shaver's truck was travelling at an excessive rate of speed and swerved to the right in an attempt to avoid striking Passanow's Hyundai Genesis. The report said the front left of Shaver's truck struck the right rear of Panassow's vehicle, before travelling off the right side of the road and striking a tree.
Shaver, as well as her two passengers, Delilah Cormany, 4, and Robert Cormany, 32, both of Cedar Hill, were taken to St. Anthony's Medical Center. Delilah was reported to have moderate injuries. Robert Cormany's injuries were reported to be minor. The MSHP reported Shaver's injuries as serious. Panassow was uninjured according to the MSHP report.