Witnesses recall the moments leading up to the crash that prompted the St. Louis died


NS. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. Eyewitnesses remember the moment they saw a driver speeding down the street and crashing into a sheriff’s car Wednesday afternoon.

FOX 2 Bommarito Automotive Group SkyFOX captured debris scattered across Chambers Road and Crete Road in North Saint Louis County.

Witness Anthony Davis told Fox 2: “It’s crazy and for them to cross this hill like that – it’s tragic.

Davis said he lived nearby and saw several cars speeding down Chambers before the crash. He believes the suspect was traveling at least 70 mph, even with the speed limit of 40 mph.

“As I was walking down Chambers, I saw the two cars as if they were flying together in this direction,” Davis added.

Another witness, Boyd Kipp, said he saw the time of the crash and said the suspect hit the police car head-on.

“There was a big bang and it was a cloud of smoke and then there was the police,” said Boyd Kipp, “He just flew in. He tries to turn around to hit him. “

Davis said speeding happens all the time around the area.

“Every other night. There’s always someone speeding, drag racing, or starting the car and watching the speed of the car,” explains Davis.

Davis said something had to be done before another life was lost. “I just feel the loss of anyone. But, from what I’ve seen, in terms of damage, it doesn’t look good at all,” admitted Davis.

The county sheriff has yet to release any details about the exact cause of the crash.

https://fox2now.com/news/missouri/witnesses-describe-moments-before-crash-that-killed-st-louis-county-officer/ Witnesses recall the moments leading up to the crash that prompted the St. Louis died

Huynh Nguyen

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