Two Injured In Semi vs Car Accident
Date posted - January 24, 2016
Sibley, Iowa — A Spencer teen and her passenger were taken to a hospital with what were called “serious injuries” after an accident on Friday near Sibley.
The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office reports that about 6:35 PM 17-year-old Elizabeth Stallcup of Spencer was driving a 1998 Buick Park Avenue registered to Eugene and Merilyce VerSteeg of Sibley, northbound on L40 north of Sibley near Highway 9. L40 is the county road that goes past the hospital, due north out of Sibley.
They say 24-year-old Jacob Steven Stamp of Linn, Missouri was driving a 2002 International Semi westbound on Highway 9. The report says Stallcup failed to stop at the intersection causing the semi to strike the Buick in the passenger side.
Both Stallcup and a passenger in her vehicle, Jacob VerSteeg were taken to the Osceola Community Hospital.
Both vehicles were a total loss.
The sheriff’s office says that the Sibley Ambulance crew, Sibley Fire Department, and Iowa State Patrol assisted at the scene.
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