ROCK RAPIDS, Iowa -- Lyon County deputy Stephanie Schreurs died Tuesday from injuries she suffered
in a single-vehicle accident Friday, according to a press release from the Iowa State Patrol.
Schreurs' death occurred in the early afternoon at a Sioux Falls hospital.
Schreurs was a 24-year veteran. At this time, the family is requesting privacy, the release said.
Schreurs was injured at about 5:30 a.m. on Friday when her police SUV rolled at a sharp curve at County Road K52/Hickory Avenue and 160th Street near Rock Rapids.
The SUV left the roadway, entered the ditch, vaulted a private driveway and rolled before coming to rest on the driver's side on a driveway.
An earlier news release said that Schreurs sustained incapacitating injuries and was flown by air ambulance to Sioux Falls.
The State Patrol continues to investigate the accident, and a technical collision investigation is being completed.
An image of a fire wagon taken March 3, 1934.
This undated photo shows a fire pump being pulled by team of horses.
Fire Station No. 4
Sioux City firemen relax between calls at Fire Station No. 4, 14th and Nebraska streets.
Fire Station No. 4
The living quarters of Sioux City Fire Station No. 4, 14th and Nebraska streets, surround the fire pole.
Fire Station No. 1
Sioux City Fire Station No. 1 firemen practice their ladder skills. The building is still standing at 408 Water St.
Historical fire station
Leeds residents stand outside the Leeds Volunteer Fire Company. The fire house was built in 1892 and quickly became a social gathering area for the community.
Corbett and Sullivan fire team
The Sioux City Fire Department horse team of Corbett and Sullivan is shown racing at Evans Driving Park in 1894. Corbett died in 1914.
Fire Station No. 5.
Horses pull riders outside the Sioux City Fire Station No. 5. at 14th and Nebraska streets in 1892. A new method for alerting people to fire wagons was needed in 1889, according to a Journal article from the time.
1918 fire truck
This 1918 Mack fire truck was donated to the Sioux City Public Museum after Irving F. Jensen purchased it from a fire department in New York.
A portrait in front of a fire truck.
Sioux City firemen are pictured.
Fire House No. 1
Fire House No. 1 is shown.
Fire House No. 3
Fire House No. 3, 1891-1929.
Paddy and Prince
Fire horses Paddy and Prince.
Fire equipment is paraded down a Sioux City street.
Fire House No. 5
Fire House No. 5, located near the Sioux City stockyards, is shown in this Jan. 4, 1953, photo.
Paddy & Prince 1908
Fire horses Paddy and Prince won the 1908 world championship with a time of 1:15.
Fireman Vern Peterson, left, and Fire Lt. Jim Reese practice stretcher handling beside the fire department's newly leased ambulance in this undated photo.