A two-vehicle mishap, allegedly caused by a reckless driver in the northeastern portion of Mason City, resulted in three personal injuries, an August 27 article of Globe Gazette reported.
Information coming from the Cerro Gordo County personnel revealed that at around 8:50 p.m., two vehicles had a collision at the crossway of Spruce Avenue and 305th Street. A GMC Yukon vehicle heading south reportedly was broadsided by an eastbound Chevrolet Silverado. The GMC driver only identified as a 26-year-old man reportedly failed to stop at a traffic sign before the collision took place. The man, his passenger, and the 37-year-old woman driver of the other vehicle were all treated at a medical facility. A baby passenger of the woman was not injured in the crash. The GMC driver was given a citation after the incident. Both vehicles were believed to be totaled, reports also said.
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An animal control employee in Waterloo, Iowa has been charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) after he got involved in an accident in June that resulted in one personal injury, an article of The Courier reported on August 10.
According to reports, aside from first offense OWI, reckless driving and not reporting an injury citations were also given to the 55-year-old male city vehicle driver whom authorities arrested on July 20. The man, who was driving a minivan on June 25, struck the back portion of a vehicle in the vicinity of Mohawk Street. The driver of the other vehicle was transported to a hospital due to back pain complaint. Though the animal control officer passed a breathalyzer test, a sample of his blood was tested. The arrest was then made, after nortramadol, tramadol, and hydrocodone painkillers were allegedly detected from the blood sample.
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Nearly 830,000 various models of Ford and Lincoln automobiles in the U.S. are under recall due to complaints that occupants may suffer injuries if the door latches malfunction when driving, an August 4 article of CNBC reported.
Reports revealed that the doors of the 828,053 affected vehicles may unlatch during operation and cause injuries to consumers. Previous models of Ford Escape, C-MAX, Focus, Mustang, and recent models of Transit Connect were affected by the recall. Lincoln also issued a recall to previous models of MKC that may have door latch problems. The multinational vehicle manufacturer decided to issue a recall after becoming aware of an accident complaint and an injury caused by the malfunctioning door latches. Ford is offering a free repair to owners of the recalled vehicles and said that the recall focus is in states with unusually high temperatures. Over 60,000 of the recalled vehicles were sold in Mexico.
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At least one person was recently airlifted to a hospital after the motorcycle he was operating was involved in an accident in the city of Lehigh, Iowa, a report of KQWC stated on August 1.
Reports coming from authorities revealed that at around 6:20 p.m. on July 31, a single-vehicle motorcycle accident occurred on 290th Street south of the Brushy Creek State Recreation Area. The rider, identified as a 34-year-old man, lost control of his motorcycle while heading eastbound. Responding highway patrol personnel said the accident occurred when the motorcyclist overcorrected on a curve and lost control of his bike. The biker was airlifted to a hospital in Des Moines following the crash.
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At least three persons recently in O’Brien County, Iowa were transported to a medical facility after their vehicle was involved in an alleged intoxicated mishap, a report of Sioux City Journal reported on July 29.
According to reports, a vehicle containing three persons on July 28 was struck by a southbound vehicle at the vicinity of Oriole Avenue and 240th Street crossway. A vehicle reportedly driven by a 27-year-old Allendorf man struck the vehicle driven by a 35-year-old female after he went through a stop traffic signal. The female and her two passengers were all transported to a medical facility due to injuries they sustained from the crash. Authorities, on the other hand, managed to apprehend the driver whom they believed had tried to evade arrest and was under the influence of intoxicants. Appropriate charges were later filed against him.
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