Three Taken To Hospital After Sheldon Crash
Date posted - August 8, 2016
Sheldon, Iowa — Three people were taken to Sanford Sheldon Medical Center by Sheldon Community Ambulance Team ambulances in the aftermath of a collision that happened Friday (August 5th) morning in Sheldon.
According to the Sheldon Police Department, that accident happened when a 1994 Chevrolet S-10 pickup, driven by 62-year old Susan Bonestroo, of Boyden, was southbound on 3rd Avenue. A 2006 Buick Lucerne, driven by 30-year old Tressa Cobb, of Calumet, was westbound on 7th Street, when, police say, she failed to yield at the stop sign, pulling into the path of the Bonestroo pickup.
Bonestroo, Cobb, and a passenger in Cobb’s car, 9-year old Kaylie McKinny of Calumet, were all transported to Sanford Sheldon Medical Center, complaining of injuries.
Police estimated damage to Cobb’s Buick at $3-thousand, while damage to Bonestroo’s pickup was estimated at $2-thousand.
Authorities say they ticketed Cobb for failing to yield from a stop sign.