A Washington man sustained serious injuries Wednesday, Dec. 27, when the car he was a passenger in ran a stop sign and was struck by another vehicle south of Gerald.
According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol preliminary report, Alisha A. Frankenberg, 39, Rosebud, was driving a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt eastbound on Red Oak Road at 6:15 p.m. and did not stop at the Highway H intersection.
The Frankenberg vehicle traveled into the path of a 2015 Lincoln MKC driven northbound on Highway H by Kayla V. Lumetta, 27, Sullivan. The front of the Lumetta car struck the passenger side of the Frankenberg vehicle.
Robert F. Foreman, 40, Washington, a passenger in the Frankenberg car, was flown by air ambulance to Mercy Hospital St. Louis with serious injuries. He was not wearing a seat belt, the patrol said.
Kayla Lumetta and passenger Bentley S. Lumetta, 4, Sullivan, were taken to Mercy Hospital Washington by Owensville Ambulance with minor injuries. The driver and passenger were wearing seat belts, the patrol said.
Frankenberg was transported to Mercy Hospital Washington by Gerald Ambulance. It is unknown if she was wearing a seat belt, the patrol said.