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Courtesy Hauser funeral home in Charles City - Garrett Bormann

Truck/car collision happened Monday evening.

Posted: Apr 24, 2018 3:53 PM
Updated: Apr 25, 2018 2:24 PM

MITCHELL COUNTY, Iowa – The State Patrol has identified the people involved in a deadly two-vehicle collision on Monday.

Authorities say Garrett Patrick Bormann, 24, of Ionia, was driving south on Balsam Avenue when he apparently failed to obey the stop sign at the intersection with Highway 9. The State Patrol says Bormann’s pickup truck hit the eastbound car driven by Kenneth Nelson Jahncke, 61 of Osage.

The State Patrol says Bormann was not wearing a seat belt and died as a result of his injuries. Kenneth Jahncke and a passenger, 65-year-old Linda Susan Jahncke of Osage, were wearing their seat belts and were taken by ambulance to Mitchell County Regional Health Center for treatment.

The Mitchell County Sheriff’s Office and Mayo One Life Flight assisted at the scene of this accident, which happened around 7:30 pm Monday.

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