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Accidents

No citations were issued after an accident 5:17 a.m. Nov. 12 on the 1900 blk of Elk Street.

According to an Osceola Police report, Randall Perry Hughes, 34, of Des Moines, driving a 2014 Hyundai which was a stolen vehicle with stolen plates eluded law enforcement, entered a farm field and struck several fence posts, continued southbound and struck a large round hay bale, hit more fence posts and a barbed wire fence where it became entangled. Hughes then fled on foot and was apprehended by Osceola Police and is facing several charges.

Estimated damage was $300 to the fence posts and $5,000 to Hughes’ vehicle.

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No citations were issued after an accident 10:36 a.m. Friday at the intersection of Highway 34 and Highway 69.

According to an Osceola Police report, Carmen Rose McLain, 18, of Osceola, driving a 2003 Chevy east on Highway 34 turning left onto Highway 69 into the path of Carma Lynn Dixson, 35, of Lucas, driving a 1994 Ford truck who had the right of way as she headed west on Highway 34 through a green light.

Estimated damage was $1,5000 to Dixson’s vehicle and $6,000 to McLain’s vehicle.

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No citations were issued after an accident 12:45 a.m. Monday off the roadway.

According to an Osceola Police report, Ruben Aviles, 41, of Winter Park, FL, driving a 2017 Kenworth semi was legally parked and was backed into by a driver of a 2014 Mack semi.

Estimated damage was $3,000 to the 2014 Mack semi.

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No citations were issued after an accident 6:10 p.m. Monday at the Ridge Road railroad crossing.

According to an Osceola Police report, James J. Foster, 49, of South Sioux City, Nebraska, driving a 2005 Kenworth semi and turns from Highway 34 to go north onto South Ridge Road where there is an incline to the railroad tracks and as the semi crossed the tracks the landing gear to the trailer hit the crossing panel.

Estimated damage was $10,000 to the railroad crossing panel and $10,000 to Foster’s vehicle.

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