Two Sioux City residents died and the best place another was injured during a crash on Interstate 80 Sunday morning about a mile east of Casey in Adair County.
The Iowa State Patrol says 58-year-old Cynthia Piester, and her daughter, 38-year-old Jennifer Piester, died in the crash.
Cynthia’s husband, 60-year-old Johnny Piester, who was driving the SUV, was injured, and transported by Stuart Rescue to Mercy Hospital in Des Moines, where he was listed in fair condition Sunday night.
Officials say Piester’s 2000 Chevy Trail Blazer was traveling east on I-80 at around 10:50-a.m., when, for reasons unknown, the SUV entered the median, went between the bridges of the Middle River, and came into contact with the rock embankment.
The vehicle rolled onto its roof, made contact with the west bank of the river, and slid across the online pharmacy pharmacy viagra river ice before coming to http://musiccitystudio.ca/cost-of-generic-levitra rest partially submerged on the east bank of the river.
All three of the accident victims were wearing their seatbelts. The accident remains under investigation.
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