December 08, 2022

Nov. 3 accident reports

No citations were issued following an accident on Oct. 24 at the intersection of Hwys 34 and 69.

According to an Osceola police report, Gregoria Rios-Granados of Osceola in a 2007 Volkswagen Bug was traveling west on Hwy 34. Rios-Granados told the responding officer that as they entered the intersection, a black car attempted to turn left onto the 300 block of South Main turned in front of Rios-Granados, causing Rios-Granados to collide with the front passenger side fender of the other vehicle. The black car then left the scene, headed north on Hwy 69. Rios-Granados also told the responding officer that she had a green light and was in the proper lane at the time of the accident.

The responding officer spoke to another officer who had spoken to a witness about the accident. According to the witness, Rios-Granados was in the middle of the intersection more in the turn lane as though to head south. The witness stated that Rios-Granados then corrected and turned back into the westbound lane, colliding with the black car.

The responding officer attempted to get the surveillance video from Casey’s manager, who said there is no video of the hit and run on their security cameras.

Damage is estimated at $600 to the 2007 Volkswagen. No information was available at this time on the black car.

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No citations were issued following an accident on Oct. 26 at the US Hwy 34 East/I-35 South ramp.

According to an Osceola police report, Nicole Doty of Woodburn, driving a 2019 Ford Escape, was traveling east on Hwy 34 as Westin Garner of Osceola, in a 2000 Buick LeSabre, was at the stop sign waiting for traffic so he could turn westbound onto Hwy 34. Garner stated that he looked but did not see Doty, and proceeded through the intersection, at which point the two vehicles collided. Both vehicles were disabled; neither driver was injured or wanted medical evaluations.

Damage is estimated at $5,000 to the 2019 Ford and $5,000 to the 2000 Buick.

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No citations were issued following an accident on Oct. 29 in the 100 block of North Main.

According to an Osceola police report, Angela Haskell of Osceola was driving a 2006 Ford Fusion out of the Casey’s on North Main. Haskell was stopped at the stop sign in the alley facing east, attempting to turn left to go north on Main Street.

Antonio Sanchez of Osceola, driving a 2010 Honda Accord, was traveling north on Main Street, attempting to turn left into Casey’s. Sanchez began to turn as Haskell pulled away from the stop sign, colliding with Sanchez. Haskell told officers that she was unable to see Sanchez due to the glare from the sun.

Damage is estimated at $1,000 to the 2006 Ford and $4,000 to the 2010 Honda.