CHARLES CITY, Iowa – An account has been set up for the survivor of Friday’s two-vehicle collision in Floyd County.
Thomas Parcher, 29 of Marble Rock, was seriously injured in the crash that killed three other people at the intersection of 210th Street and Woodside Avenue. He is receiving treatment at St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester, MN and is listed in fair condition.
Donations to help his family pay for Parcher’s medical care and recovery can be made at First Citizen’s Bank or the State Farm Insurance office, both in Charles City.
The collision killed Jacob Mahnesmith, 28 of Nashua, Shane Wiltse, 28 of Charles City, and a third person whose name has not been released. According to the Hauser Funeral Home, a memorial service for Mahnesmith will be held at 10:30 am Thursday at St. John Lutheran Church in Nashua and a service for Wiltse will be held at 2 pm Thursday at Saint John Evangelical Lutheran Church in Charles City.
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