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December 20, 2013

Centerville man killed in Corydon accident

CORYDON — A Centerville man has died following an early morning accident east of Corydon.

A report released by the Iowa State Patrol Friday says that Paul Frost, 54, of Centerville, died in a two car accident on an ice covered Highway 2 approximately two miles east of Corydon.

Also injured in the accident was Travis Foster, 20, of Promise City. Foster was transported by ambulance to Wayne County Hospital. The extent of his injuries are unknown.

According to the crash report, Frost, driving a 1999 Saturn SC1, was driving westbound on Highway 2. Foster was driving a 1993 Nissan Shortbed and was traveling eastbound on the highway. Frost reportedly lost control on the ice covered roadway and crossed the centerline when his vehicle struck Foster’s car broadside.

The report states both drivers were wearing their seatbelt. The crash was reported at approximately 4:50 a.m. on Friday.

According to the Iowa Department of Transportation, the highway was closed for several hours due to the accident, but was reopened around 8 a.m.

 

 

 Case Number:  2013068502  Type:  Fatality  County:  93
 Crash Date:  12202013  Time:  0450
 Location:  2478 HIGHWAY 2
 
 Vehicle 1 Year:  1999  Make:  STRN  Type:  SC1
 Towed By:  EVERMAN TOWING
 Driver Name:  PAUL FROST  Age:  54
 City & State of Residence:  CENTERVILLE,IA
 
 Vehicle 2 Year:  1993  Make:  NISS  Type:  SHORTBED
 Towed By:  PRIVATE TOW
 Driver Name:  TRAVIS FOSTER  Age:  20
 City & State of Residence:  PROMISE CITY,IA
 
 Vehicle 3 Year:     Make:     Type:   
 Towed By:   
 Driver Name:     Age:   
 City & State of Residence:   
 
 Injury 1 Type:  Fatality
 Name:  PAUL FROST  Age:  54
 City & State of Residence:  CENTERVILLE,IA
 Seatbelt Use:  Yes  Life saved by Seatbelt:  No
 Transported To:  MEDICAL EXAMINERS  Transported By:  FUNERAL HOME
 
 Injury 2 Type:  Injured
 Name:  TRAVIS FOSTER  Age:  20
 City & State of Residence:  PROMISE CITY,IA
 Seatbelt Use:  Yes  Life saved by Seatbelt:  Yes
 Transported To:  WAYNE COUNTY HSP  Transported By:  AMBULANCE
 
 Injury 3 Type:   
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 Injury 4 Type:   
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 Injury 5 Type:   
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 Seatbelt Use:     Life saved by Seatbelt:   
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 Injury 6 Type:   
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 Motor Carrier Info (IF Large truck is involved)
 Name of Carrier:   
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 City & State of Carrier:     Hazmat Involved?:   
 
 Summary:  
    UNIT 1 WAS WESTBOUND ON HIGHWAY 2, UNIT 2 WAS EASTBOUND ON

HIGHWAY 2, UNIT 1 LOST CONTOLLED ON ICE COVERED ROADWAY, CROSSED

THE CENTER LINE AND WAS STRUCK BY UNIT 2 BROADSIDE
 
 Officer Name:  TROOPER BARTT CARNEY  Post:  02
 Assisted By:  ISP 387, 405, WAYNE

 

 

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