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Two Taken To Hospitals After Accident

Hartley, Iowa — A Hartley woman and a Sanborn teen were taken to area hospitals after an accident near Sanborn.
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The O’Brien County Sheriff Office reports about 6:20 AM on Monday, April 13th, 56-year-old Charlene Schwien of Hartley was driving a 2000 Ford minivan westbound on Highway 18, a mile east of Sanborn. Eighteen-year-old Megan Kroese of Sanborn was eastbound on 18 in a 2005 Honda.

The report says Schwien was making a left turn onto Highway 59 and according to the deputy, failed to yield to the Kroese vehicle. The report says the units collided in the eastbound lane causing Kroese car to spin around and hit a stop sign pole.

The Sanborn Ambulance took Schwien to Baum Harmon Mercy Hospital in Primghar. A private vehicle took Kroese to Osceola Community Hospital in Sibley.

Schwien’s Ford sustained $2500 in damages. Kroese’s Honda sustained about $9000 in damages.

Schwien was charged with failure to yield on left turn.

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