Both motorists, two passengers hurt in t-bone crash on Rt. H

A Rosebud woman and her passenger were both injured Dec. 27 along with both occupants in another vehicle when she failed to stop approaching Route H from Red Oak Road.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s report of the 6:15 p.m. crash, Alisha A. Frankenberg, 39, Rosebud, was the driver of a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt traveling east on Red Oak Road approaching Route H. Frankenberg failed to stop at the stop sign and drove into the path of a northbound 2015 Lincoln MKC driven by Kayla V. Lumetta, 27, Sullivan. 

The front of Lumetta’s vehicle struck Frankenberg’s vehicle in the right side.

Frankenberg was transported by Gerald Area Ambulance District to Mercy Hospital Washington for treatment of moderate injuries. Her passenger, identified as Robert F. Foreman, 40, of Washington, was airlifted to Mercy Hospital St. Louis by Air Evac helicopter ambulance for treatment of serious injuries.

Lumetta was transported to Mercy Washington by the Owensville Area Ambulance District for treatment of minor injuries. Her passenger, 4-year-old Bently S. Lumetta, was also taken by ambulance to the Washington facility for treatment of minor injuries. Both of the Lumettas were wearing seat belts.

It was not known if Frankenberg was wearing hers, according to Trooper H.H. Hoemann’s report. Foreman was not wearing a seat belt, according to the MSHP report filed through the Troop C region in St. Louis which includes Franklin County.