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ALCOHOL IS BELIEVED TO BE A FACTOR IN AN ORANGE CITY TRAFFIC ACCIDENT WHERE A CAR STRUCK TWO HOUSES EARLY SUNDAY.

IT STARTED WHEN A SIOUX COUNTY DEPUTY TRIED TO PULL OVER A VEHICLE FOR SPEEDING JUST AFTER 2AM ON HIGHWAY 10.

THE VEHICLE HEADED INTO ORANGE CITY AND WENT OUT OF CONTROL IN THE 400 BLOCK OF 2ND STREET, WHERE AUTHORITIES SAY IT LEFT THE ROADWAY, WENT AIRBORNE AND STRUCK TWO HOUSES.

THE VEHICLE CAME TO REST EMBEDDED IN THE SECOND HOUSE WHERE THE DRIVER HAD TO BE EXTRICATED.

A GAS LINE WAS SEVERED IN THE ACCIDENT, WHICH CAUSED NEARBY HOMES TO BE EVACUATED.

21 YEAR OLD RAFAEL MALDONADO OF ORANGE CITY WAS FLOWN TO MERCY MEDICAL CENTER IN SIOUX CITY FOR TREATMENT OF HIS INJURIES.

THERE WERE NO INJURIES TO THE OCCUPANTS OF THE HOUSES.

THE CAR WAS COMPLETELY DESTROYED AND THERE’S EXTENSIVE DAMAGE TO THE TWO HOUSES THAT WERE STRUCK.

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