No injuries were reported following two separate accidents Thursday morning, in Glenwood. According to the Police Department, the first accident occurred at around 7-a.m. at the intersection of north Linn and 11th Streets.
Officials say a 2000 Toyota Camry driven by 17-year old Jordan Grassau, of Glenwood, was traveling south on north Linn Street, as a 2003 Lincoln Navigator driven by 38-year old Molly Carr-Gross, of Silver City, was slowing to make a left turn onto 11th Street. Due to the snow covered, slick roads, the SUV was unable to complete the turn and continued south on Linn. Grassau was unable to stop quickly enough due to the slick conditions, and hit the SUV in the rear. Damage amounted to $4,000.
The second accident happened about an hour later, at 1st and north Walnut Streets, in Glenwood. Authorities say a 2012 Ford F-150 pickup driven by 58-year old Julie Snyder, of Malvern, was on 1st Street entering the intersection eastbound from a stop sign at Walnut, when a 1999 Dodge Dakota pickup driven by 18-year old Caleb Barns, of Glenwood, was unable to stop as it was traveling south on Walnut. The pickups collided, causing $2,250 damage to Snyder’s truck. Slick road conditions contributed to the crash.
No citations were issued following the accidents.