Three Hurt in Mills County Crash
September 27th, 2011 by Brett Johnson
The Iowa State Patrol Reports that three people have been injured in a Mills County rear-end incident Monday.
At approximately 2:30 PM, a 2007 Ford 500 driven by 34-year-old Marlene Reed of Shenandoah was traveling east on Highway 34 and began slowing for a prior accident that occurred in the area.
Meanwhile, a 1993 PTRB semi driven by 66-year-old Harry Myers of Shenandoah was also eastbound on Highway 34 behind Reed’s vehicle. Myers was unable to slow down in time and struck the back of the Myers vehicle.
Injured in the crash were Marlene Reed and two of her passengers. Her passengers included 42-year-old Amy Reed of Shenandoah and 17-year-old Tristan Reed of Shenandoah. All three were transported to Montgomery County Memorial Hospital. Details about their injuries are not currently available.
Assisting with the crash were Red Oak rescue, Malvern rescue, Emerson first responders, and Glenwood rescue.
The crash remains under investigation.