Deputies with the Cass County Sheriff’s Office investigated three separate accidents over the past week. Two accidents took place Saturday. Officials say at 10:52 p.m., a single-vehicle, weather-related accident took place on Tucson Road, about one-quarter of a mile east of 620th Street, when a 2002 Mercury Mountaineer driven by 46-year old Sharon Renee Allison, of Red Oak, spun out on the snowy roadway and entered the south ditch. No injuries were reported. Damage to the vehicle is estimated at $1500.
Nearly two-hours earlier, a single-vehicle weather-related accident happened near Olive Street and Echo Road in Cass County. Officials say a 2009 Nissan Altima owned and driven by 55-year old Diane Marie Nosbisch, of Menlo, was traveling north on Olive Street when Nosbisch lost control of her car on the snow-covered roadway and the vehicle entered the west ditch. Nosbisch reportedly suffered from minor injuries. Damage to the vehicle is estimated at $4500.
And at around 4-a.m. February 2nd, a single-vehicle accident happened on 4th Street in Marne. The Sheriff’s Office says a 2006 Cadillac driven by Zachary Taylor Hemmingsen was southbound on 4th Street when the vehicle struck a guardrail, causing the guardrail to move into the roadway. No injuries were reported. Damage to Hemmingsen’s vehicle is estimated at $3500; damage to the guardrail is estimated at $2000. Hemmingsen was cited for Failure to Maintain Control.