Accident details released
Plymouth County Sheriff Mike Van Otterloo says the operator of the A-T-V was 11-year-old Hannah Kliever, the daughter of Ronald and Jolene Kliever.
Kliever was operating the A-T-V in a corn stubble field two miles south of Le Mars on Lake Avenue. The sheriff's office report stated Kliever lost control which caused the A-T-V to flip. The vehicle came to rest on top of Kliever and a passenger, Sophie Fedders, the daughter of Matt and Julie Fedders of Le Mars.
Fedders was not injured.
The sheriff's office went to the accident at 7:35 p.m. Saturday.
(LE MARS)--A Le Mars man was injured while crossing Plymouth Street in downtown Le Mars around 11:30 Friday morning.
According to information released by Le Mars Police this (Monday) afternoon, 80-year-old James Bogenrief of rural Merrill was properly signaling to turn left as he approached the intersection of Plymouth Street and Central Avenue.
Authorities say Bogenrief entered the intersection during the green light for his travel on Central Avenue. 54-year-old Douglas Blackmore of Le Mars was walking north, crossing Plymouth Street and was in the intersection when he was struck by the mini-van Bogenrief was driving.
Blackmore was taken to Floyd Valley Hospital for injuries the police report stated were NOT incapacitating. Bogenrief was not injured.
VERMILLION, S.D. (AP) A man is dead after a single-vehicle rollover crash at a city intersection in Vermillion.
Police say 32-year-old Douglas Richardson of Vermillion was dead at the scene shortly after 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Twenty-three-year-old passenger Gary Ansell of Vermillion was taken to a hospital with what authorities said were non-life threatening injuries.
Police say excessive speed and alcohol were factors in the crash.
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