STL: Passenger dies after car hits multiple stationary objects in north St. Louis

ST. LOUIS, MO – A woman in her 20s died Monday night after a single-vehicle crash in north St. Louis that left another young woman critically injured, according to KSDK.

The accident unfolded in the area of North Broadway and Campbell Avenue, near Bellefontaine Cemetery, shortly after 10:00 p.m.

St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department officials said the 22-year-old woman was driving southbound on broadway when, for reasons still under investigation, she lost control of the car. The vehicle went on to hit a light pole, a building, a stop sign, and then a fire hydrant. It then came to a stop at the corner of the intersection.

Preliminary details indicate a witness was taking the involved driver and passenger to an area hospital but dropped the victims off when they spotted medics responding to a separate incident near South Tucker Boulevard and Market Street.

Not long after the driver and passenger were transported by ambulance to a local hospital, the passenger was pronounced deceased. The driver was listed in critical condition.

Accident Reconstruction officials continue to investigate.

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