A Waterloo woman that was a passenger in a vehicle associated with a three-automobile collapse enduring week in Dodge County passed away from her traumas Monday afternoon.
On the evening of Might 4, the Dodge Region Sheriff’s Workplace reacted to a collapse including 3 automobiles on the subject of Claim 89 at the intersection of Region Motorway T in Portland.
Patricia Winter, 52, was driving a 2007 Jeep on the subject of State 89 that time fell short to prevent with a prevent authorize at the intersection of Region Motorway T. The Jeep attacked a 2003 Dodge steered by Benjamin Stevens, 18, of Waterloo, that was taking a trip north on Region Motorway T. His automobile was required in to the Region Motorway T southbound traffic lane that time attacked a 2003 Chevrolet pickup truck steered by Duane Schoenherr, 32, of Waterloo, that was stopped at the uploaded prevent sign.
The passenger of Winter’s Jeep, Helen Henkel, 88, of Waterloo, was taken by the Waterloo EMS to Columbus Hospital. She was later on moved to the University of Wisconsin Hospital in Madison where she died.
Schoenherr, Stevens that time Winter season went through minor injuries. Winter season was taken by Waterloo EMS to Columbus Hospital.
The collapse continues to be under examination by the Dodge Region Clinical Examiner that time the Dodge Region collapse examination Team.
The Waterloo Police, Waterloo Fire that time EMS that time the Dodge Region Clinical Examiner helped at the scene.
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