South Sioux City man dies in car collision
The Woodbury County Sheriff’s Office released the death of a local South Sioux City man and Moville boy at 11 this morning.
Moyer Quick, aged 65, was involved in a two-car collision on Highway 20 just east of Sioux City two weeks ago. Quick was riding in the car with his wife, Dorothy, 61, and daughter-in-law Maxine Steuerwald, 43, of Lawton. Dorothy and Maxine were transported to the Marian Health Center, along with the passenger of the other car, Randy Radin, 17.
According to Iowa Highway Patrolman, Patric Stewart, the Quick’s vehicle rear-ended Radin which sent both vehicles into the ditch on the side of the road.
Dorothy and Maxine were reported in “good” and “fair” conditions and released from the hospital the next day. Radin was reported to have a fractured skull and other internal injuries.
Radin had been in a coma since the accident and was pronounced dead at 8:17 this morning. It was also later released after an autopsy that Moyer died of heart failure at the hospital. It is unclear if it was related to the accident or not.