AP — Five people died on Missouri roadways during the holiday weekend, with wrong-way Christmas Day accidents blamed in three of the deaths.
The counting period began Thursday night and ended Sunday. A year-old girl from Ava died Thursday when the driver of the vehicle she was in lost control near Dora.
The patrol said Thirstrup's vehicle was traveling southbound in the northbound lanes, causing a wreck that involved five vehicles. Several other people were hurt. In St.
Charles County, year-old Christopher Dauphin of St. Peters died Friday in a head-on accident on Highway that involved four vehicles. The patrol said Dauphin was traveling westbound in the eastbound personsls.
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