Updated at 2:55 p.m. Wednesday.
A man in his 60s was confirmed dead today by a spokesman for the Ellisville Police Department, three days after a crash on Manchester Road Sunday afternoon.
Sgt. Nancy Walker said in an email and phone call today that man, described only as a Ballwin man in his 60s, had died. This followed several hour of confusion; Walker had initially reported on Tuesday that he died, but later indicated that he may have been "brain dead" at the time.
The man and his wife, both in their 60s, suffered injuries in a car crash Sunday afternoon. He was the passenger in a Toyota sedan that pulled into the path of a westbound pickup truck on Manchester Road, police said.
His wife, who was driving, is still hospitalized, according to spokeswoman Walker. She declined to release the victims' names. The couple are from Ballwin.
The driver of a green Chevy pickup truck, a man in his 30s from House Springs, was released from the hospital, Walker said.
He was driving the pickup westbound on Manchester Road when the Toyota sedan pulled out of the parking lot at the . Walker told Patch on Monday that the pickup "basically T-boned" the Toyota.
She said an accident reconstruction team was still investigating the crash.