Update: A MSHP communications officer confirmed to 70 West Sentinel that the online report is not displaying correctly and that the infant was not ejected from the vehicle.
A driver faces possible DWI charges after four adults were injured in a rollover crash on Route TT Friday evening.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a 2003 Nissan Murano driven by Dawn M. Houska, 32, of Wentzville, was northbound on Route TT just north of Highway 94 at about 6:45 p.m. Friday.
The vehicle went off the right hand side of the roadway. When Houska overcorrected, the vehicle traveled across the roadway and off the left side, striking a culvert. The vehicle overturned, and one adult passenger was ejected. An infant, who was in a safety device, was transported by ambulance to Mercy Hospital in Washington. No injuries to the infant were reported.
Houska, who was wearing a seat belt, sustained minor injuries, as did a 32-year-old passenger, Andrea L. Winchell of Wentzville.
A 31-year-old male passenger, Daniel E. Canaday of Wentzville, sustained serious injuries, and another 31-year-old passenger, Joshua T. Kloppenberg of Lake Saint Louis, sustained moderate injuries. Neither was wearing a seat belt.
The driver and passengers were transported by ambulance to Mercy Hospital in Washington.
According to MSHP online records, Houska faces the possibility of charges for felony DWI, second-degree assault, and endangering the welfare of a child.