(UPDATED 12:15 pm 7/23/14) Two Transported Following Tuesday Morning Crash In Sheldon

Sheldon, Iowa —  Two Sheldon men were taken to the Sanford Sheldon Medical Center in the aftermath of a pickup vs motorcycle accident that accident wordhappened early Tuesday morning in western Sheldon.

The Sheldon Police Department says that about 5:50 Tuesday morning a 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup, driven by 51-year old Ralph Kincer of Sheldon was westbound on West 7th Street.  Cops say that at the intersection with Western Avenue, Kincer attempted a left turn, and turned into the path of a northbound 1997 Suzuki motorcycle driven by 30-year old Jonathon Koerselman, also of Sheldon.

Police say both Kincer and Koerselman were transported to the Sanford Sheldon Medical Center.  Kincer was cited for failure to obey a stop sign.

Sheldon Police were assisted by the Sheldon Fire Department, Sheldon EMA, and Sheldon Community Ambulance Team.


Sheldon emergency crews were called out shortly before 6:00 o’clock this (Tuesday) morning to an accident at the corner of West 7th Street and Western Avenue.  Details are yet to be released, but it is known that two individuals were transported to the hospital.

The Sheldon Fire Company, SCAT 1 and SCAT 2, and the Sheldon EMA all assisted at the scene.

We’ll have more details as they become available from the Sheldon Police Department.

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