Hospers Woman Escapes Injury When Her Car Rolls

Date posted - February 4, 2016

ISP patrol car zoom on logosOrange City, Iowa — Iowa State Troopers, Sioux County Deputies, as well as Orange City Area Health System Ambulance personnel were dispatched to a one-vehicle rollover crash about 6:30 Thursday morning northeast of Orange City.

According to the Iowa State Patrol, a 2006 Pontiax G6 sedan, driven by 52-year old Debra Bensaida of Hospers was westbound on county blacktop B40, about a half mile east of Jay Avenue, when the car struck a patch of ice, causing Bensaida to lose control, with her car entering the north ditch, where it rolled, coming to rest on it’s top.

Bensaida escaped injury in the crash.  She was ticketed for Failure To Maintain Control.  Damage to the Pontiac was estimated at $6,000.

Troopers say that county blacktops in the area can go from normal driving conditions to 100% packed ice  with no warning, and they advise you to drive with caution.

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