THREE HURT IN TWO VEHICLE CRASH NEAR CRESTON
(Creston) Three people were injured in a two-vehicle accident west of Creston Friday morning.
The Iowa State Patrol says it happened at around 7:40 a.m. on Highway 34 one mile west of Creston. Twenty-nine-year old Marcus Williams, of Mobile, Alabama was driving a 2010 Toyota westbound when he noticed an eastbound pickup driven by 30-year-old Wade Brammer, of Clearfield on his side of the road. Both vehicles swerved to avoid the collision however, Williams’s car struck Brammer’s pickup on the passenger side propelling it into the north ditch where it rolled twice coming to rest on its wheels. Brammer was ejected from the pickup. He was transported by ambulance to Greater Regional Medial Center in Creston and later airlifted to Methodist Hospital in Des Moines.
Williams, and a passenger, 24-year-old Emily McLeod were taken by ambulance to the Greater Regional Medical Center in Creston. Both were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Brammer was cited for driving on the wrong side of a two-way highway, and failure to wear a safety belt.