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An accident has the intersection of Brentwood and Maryland in downtown Clayton shutdown.

It appears that a teenage driver ran a red light and was t-boned by a Mercedes. The teen's SUV flipped over and several bystanders pulled the boy from the car.

KTRS News spoke to one man who was involved in accident and he shared his thoughts as he saw the accident unfold. "You know people say it's all in slow motion. What was running through my head, was I was actually trying to put my car in reverse", he said. "I was just about managed to do it when he hit me."

No word on any injuries as a result of that accident, but police are on the scene and directing traffic away from the intersection.

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