Red Light Camera Reveals Graphic, Fatal Crash

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ST. LOUIS -- A red light camera revealed the deadly destruction caused by a speeding vehicle at one of St. Louis' busiest intersections on Saturday.

The accident happened at Grand Bouevard and Natural Bridge in North St. Louis. Daionsha Scott, 19, and Marion Robinson, 21, both of St. Louis, were in the back seat of the speeding car and were killed in the accident.

The video shows their car, estimated to be traveling at 80 mph, speed through the intersection, clipping one car and hitting a Metro Call-A-Ride bus. The bus was knocked over by the force of the impact.

The driver of the bus was not seriously injured. The driver of the car that was clipped and a passenger in the speeding car were taken to an area hospital.

The driver of the speeding car was also treated at an area hospital and released into police custody, but has since been released. FOX 2 Now said he has not yet been charged with a crime.

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