Four injured in O’Brien County accident

August 10, 2015

FOUR PEOPLE SUFFERED INJURIES IN AN ACCIDENT IN O’BRIEN COUNTY JUST BEFORE NOON ON SATURDAY AT THE INTERSECTION OF NORTHWEST BLVD, AND 280th STREET. THE O’BRIEN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE SAYS 27 YEAR OLD BRANDON STOLLER OF ROCK VALLEY WAS HEADING NORTH ON NORTHWEST BOULEVARD. 19 YEAR OLD ALEX STROUTH OF SHELDON WAS LEAVING THE STOP SIGN AT THE INTERSECTION OF 280th STREET HEADING EAST. STOLLER ATTEMPTED TO AVOID A COLLISION, BUT STRUCK STROUTH’S VEHICLE IN THE PASSENGER SIDE. THREE PEOPLE IN STOLLERS VEHICLE WERE TRANSPORTED TO SHELDON SANFORD HOSPITAL FOR TREATMENT OF INJURIES, 27 YEAR OLD WHITNEY STOLLER, 5 YEAR OLD AUBREY STOLLER, AND 1 YEAR OF JACE STOLLER. STROUTH WAS TREATED AT THE SCENE. STROUTH WAS ISSUED A CITATION FOR FAILURE TO OBEY A STOP SIGN.