HINTON, Iowa -- A 19-year old man died from injuries sustained in a two-vehicle collision Sunday at a rural intersection west of Hinton.
Jared Chew was pronounced dead at MercyOne Siouxland Medical Center after being transported from the scene at the intersection of Plymouth County roads C-60 and K-22.
According to the Iowa State Patrol, Chew was a passenger in a Nissan Versa driven by Madison Lussier, 18, of Sioux City. An accident report said that Lussier was westbound on C-60 at 2:18 p.m. and did not stop at a stop sign, entering the path of a northbound Ford F-150 pickup truck driven by Adrian Topete-Curiel, 23, of Hawarden, who was passing another vehicle on K-22. Topete-Curiel struck Lussier's car on the driver's side, and both vehicles left the road and rolled.
Chew was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from the Lussier vehicle.
Lussier and a 17-year-old passenger, both of whom were wearing seat belts, also were transported to hospitals in Sioux City. Topete-Curiel and a 17-year-old passenger in his pickup also were taken to a Sioux City hospital. Both were wearing seat belts.
The collision remains under investigation.
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