BRIDGETON, Mo. (KMOV.com) – A Bridgeton man is facing multiple charges after police said he struck three people who were pushing a disabled vehicle along Highway 94 Sunday morning.
Mark Collier, 46, is facing charges of suspicion of driving while intoxicated and second-degree assault.
Police said Collier was driving eastbound on Highway 94, just east of Sherman Road, around 1:30 a.m. when he struck the disabled vehicle. Three people, including a teenager, were injured.
Jordan Payton, 13, was airlifted to Cardinal Glennon hospital following the accident. He is now listed in fair condition. Leighlen Gardner, 21, and Dematri Payton, 20, were both taken to a St. Charles hospital. One of the adults was listed in serious condition. The other was treated and released.
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