Accident Caused By Icy Road Damages Marcus Man’s Vehicle

Date posted - March 20, 2013

o'brien county Sheriff EmblemPrimghar, Iowa — A Marcus man’s vehicle was damaged in an accident on March 12th.

The O’Brien County Sheriff’s office reports that about 2:20 PM, 51-year-old Paul Tuttle of Marcus was eastbound on 500th Street approaching a bridge. The road was icy due to blowing snow. Tuttle lost control and struck the guardrail on the northwest side of the bridge.

Tuttle sustained possible injuries and was wearing vehicle safety restraints.

Estimated damage to the Tuttle vehicle was $1,500.

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