These accident reports were released this past week by law enforcement agencies:
110th Rd. west of Quail Creek Rd.
Roslyn M. Kealy, 16, Peabody, may have been injured but was not taken to a hospital when she lost control of a 2000 Nissan Maxima at 3:51 p.m. July 4.
The car, owned by passenger Taylor W. Woll, 23, Towanda, who also may have been injured but was not taken to a hospital, spun backward into the opposite ditch, overturned, and had to be towed.
Deputy Christopher Lynn’s report blamed reckless or careless driving by Kealy, but no ticket was issued.
Pawnee and 160th Rds.
Although a Marion County truck struck the rear axles of a lumber trailer in the middle of an uncontrolled intersection at 11:45 a.m. July 6, deputy Larry Starkey’s report blamed the trailer driver for failing to yield.
The county truck driver, Glenn R. George, 66, of Lehigh, was taken to St. Luke Hospital, Marion, after the accident. He was driving a 2005 Mack truck owned by the county’s road and bridge department.
Both it and the lumber trailer, a 2016 Peterbilt owned by Star Lumber and Supply of Wichita and driven by Jonathan T. Hyslop, 25, Bel Aire, overturned and had to be towed.
US-50 west of Limestone Rd.
A 2009 Ford F-550 driven by David Greenemeyer, 22, Clearwater, was sideswiped at 1:49 p.m. July 12 by a 2011 Chrysler 200 driven by Cyrillo Garcia, 82, Florence, as Garcia attempted to merge back into what had been a passing lane Greenemeyer was using.
Deputy Lynn’s report blamed inattentive driving by Greenemeyer, who was driving a truck owned by Diamond Engineering of Wichita.
However, damage was relatively minor, and no ticket was issued.
US-77 south of 120th Rd.
Virgilene F. Weber, 28, Elmdale, hit a deer at 7:20 p.m. July 13 with her 2018 Dodge Caravan.
Last modified July 22, 2021