Wentzville Man Fleeing Police Crashes on Bryan Road; Six Injured

Pickup up truck that fled police
Photo credit St. Charles County Missouri Scanner Traffic Facebook page. By permission.

A Wentzville man who was fleeing police Friday night crashed into two cars on Bryan Road. Six people were injured, including two children.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Keith A. Wigger, 27, of Wentzville, was fleeing police at a high rate of speed southbound on Bryan Road in a 2004 Chevy Silverado just before 9 p.m. Friday.

North of Osage Meadows Drive, Wigger rear-ended a 2016 BMW driven by Naomi M. Hamilton, 33, of Lake Saint Louis. The BMW spun, hit a curb, and went off the right side of the road, where it hit a wooden fence and a house.

Wigger’s truck then crossed the center turn lane and traveled into the northbound lanes, where he hit a 2001 Toyota Sienna head-on. Wigger’s pickup finally went off the left side of the road and hit a wooden fence.

Hamilton sustained moderate injuries and was taken by ambulance to SSM St. Joseph Hospital – St. Charles.

The driver of the Toyota, Sandra K. Sovar, 55, of O’Fallon, sustained moderate injuries. Three other passengers in the Toyota sustained injuries: Michelle L. Staed, 40, of Dardenne Prairie, sustained serious injuries, and a five-year old female and a 10-year-old male both sustained moderate injuries. Sovar and the children were taken to SSM St. Joseph Hospital – Lake Saint Louis, and Staed was taken to Mercy Hospital in St. Louis.

All of the drivers and occupants were wearing safety belts.

70 West Sentinel will post more information as it becomes available.

Van involved in Bryan Road crash
Photo credit St. Charles County Missouri Scanner Traffic Facebook Page. By permission