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Accidents : Drivers injured in separate traffic accidents Monday and Tuesday
Posted by John on 2012/12/4 12:10:00 (452 reads) News by the same author

Trenton, Green Castle, and Carrollton residents have been injured in separate traffic accidents over the past twenty-four hours.


In southwestern Grundy County, the highway patrol said 47 year old Charlotte Crimi of Trenton received minor injuries and was transported by
ambulance to Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton. The patrol said she was northbound on Southwest 40th Street when she lost control of her car on the gravel road.

The car skidded off the east side of the road and overturned onto its top about eight miles to the east of Jamesport. The car received extensive damage in the 7:30 a-m Tuesday accident.

About 9:20, a Green Castle man – 20 year old Jeffery Sayre – was injured in Mercer County when he failed to negotiate a curve and his pickup traveled off the west side of U-S 65 and struck a tree. After impact, the truck spun counter-clockwise and struck a second tree before coming to a stop off the road. The patrol said Sayre was flown by medical helicopter to Mercy Hospital in
Des Moines, Iowa for what were described as SERIOUS injuries. The truck was demolished in the accident two miles north of Princeton.

A woman from Carrollton was injured Monday morning when her vehicle overturned on Highway 10 in RAY County. The highway patrol said 57 year old Linda Scharf received MODERATE injuries and was taken by ambulance to Ray County Memorial Hospital. The state patrol said Ms. Scharf was westbound when she apparently lost control and her vehicle slid off Highway 10; traveled down an embankment, overturned once before coming to a stop upright. The vehicle was demolished. The patrol noted an investigation of the accident was continuing.

Drivers in each of the accidents were listed as using safety devices.

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