Tuesday, February 9, 2021
Denison Police Department Accident Report for Tuesday Feb. 2nd
An accident report from the Denison Police Department shows last Tuesday two out-of-state residents were involved in a serious car accident.
The Accident report states on Tuesday, February 2nd around 3:15 PM two individuals were involved in a car accident that sent one person to Crawford County Memorial Hospital (CCMH) for injuries. 43-year-old Joseph Hladik of Oklahoma and 31-year-old Simon Jacob of Omaha were the individuals involved in the crash. Hladik was traveling North on US Highway 59 in a 2005 Peterbilt Semi-Trailer. He failed to stop at the middle intersection of US Highway 30 and struck Jacob’s 2007 Honda Accord as Jacob was traveling West on Highway 30, crossing Highway 59. Hladik admitted to failing to stop at the stop sign, informing officials that he was unfamiliar with the intersection. A witness had confirmed Hladik failed to stop traveling at an approximate speed of 50 mph. Due to the impact of the collision, Jacob’s Accord rotated to the right and came to a stop in the median at the intersection. He was transported by ground to CCMH for injuries.
Damage to Hladik’s semi is estimated to be $5,000 in damages and was cited for failure to obey a stop sign. Jacob’s Accord was deemed totaled and is estimated at $9,000 in damages. He was cited for No Valid Driver’s License and Failure to Provide Proof of Financial Liability.
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