A two car collision killed a South Sioux City man and sent three to the hospital yesterday morning.
Around 11a.m. two cars collided two miles east of Sioux City on highway 20. Both vehicles were heading west when Randy Radin’s truck clipped Moyer Quick’s car and sent both into the ditch. Quick’s vehicle rolled once killing him and injuring three. Autopsy showed Moyer had a heart attack which may have caused the accident.
The three survivors were transported by ambulance to Marian Health Center. Moyer’s Wife, Dorthy age 61, of South Sioux City, was reported in good condition and is scheduled to be released. Maxine Steuerwald who is Dorthy’s 43 year old sister visiting from Lawton, was originally listed in fair condition and has since been released. 17 year old Radin from South Sioux City, is in critical condition with a fractured skull and internal injuries.
The accident, which is under further investigation, occurred on a clear and dry road, under cloudy skies.