For The Record: 8/23August 23, 2013
JASPER — One woman was transported by ambulance to the hospital after a head-on collision Thursday evening at Kellerville Road and Cathy Lane.
Cheryl A. Kluemper, 49, of 2512 Howard Drive, was northbound on Kellerville Road in a 2009 Toyota when the 7:09 p.m. accident occurred as she attempted to turn west onto Cathy Lane, according to the Jasper Police Department.
Police said Kluemper failed to see the southbound 1999 Dodge Durango driven by 44-year-old Christine M. Hamilton, 632 Genevieve Ave., and the vehicles collided.
Kluemper was transported by ambulance to MemorialHospital in Jasper, police said. A hospital spokeswoman said she was treated and released.
Damage was estimated at $15,000 to Kluemper’s Toyota and $8,000 to Hamilton’s Dodge.
Police issued Hamilton a ticket for not having insurance and cited Kluemper for failure to yield the right of way.
JASPER — Total damage topped $4,000 when a pickup truck and a car collided Thursday evening on State Road 56 near Kluemper Road.
Kent A. Schuetz, 38, of Charlestown was westbound on the highway in a 2010 Toyota Avalon at the time of the 7:51 p.m. accident, according to Jasper police.
Officers said traffic came to a quick stop and Schuetz’s Toyota was rear-ended by a 2000 Dodge Dakota pickup driven by 20-year-old Ryan J. Fierst, of 1405 Park St.
Damage was listed at $3,000 to Schuetz’s Toyota and $1,500 to Fierst’s Dodge.
No tickets were issued.
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