The chilling headlines in St. Louis news media a few days ago spelled out a disaster that was almost unbelievable. But the news from the small town of Schoharie, New York, was real: 20 people died in the crash of a stretch limousine.
If you drive a little more than 40 miles west of St. Louis, you’ll arrive in suburban Wentzville. Residents were shocked over the weekend when they learned a two-year-old girl was struck and killed by an ice cream truck there.
All the services and products we rely on -- from home improvement supplies to food deliveries -- get to us on commercial vehicles. Missouri's economy relies on transportation, and transportation relies on trucks and other large vehicles.