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One person dead after multi-vehicle collision Sunday southwest of Mason City

Iowa State Patrol says the crash remains under investigation.

Posted: Jun 16, 2019 3:23 PM
Updated: Jun 17, 2019 6:19 AM

CERRO GORDO COUNTY, Iowa - One man is dead after a three-vehicle collision southwest of Mason City.

It happened on Mallard Avenue between 240th and 250th Street just after 2 p.m. Sunday.

Martin Ross, 26, of Mason City, was driving northbound on Mallard Avenue.

A second vehicle was driven by 60-year-old Jeffrey Robak, of Plymouth, was driving southbound. A third vehicle was driven by 17-year-old Kaleb Badker, of Ogden, was following Robak.

According to Iowa State Patrol, Ross crossed the center line colliding head-on with Robak’s vehicle. That’s when Badker’s car hit the side of Robak’s van.

All vehicles came to rest in the southbound lane of traffic.

Ross was pronounced dead at the scene. Robak was transported by Mercy Air and Badker was taken by ambulance to Mercy Medical Center.

Iowa State Patrol says the crash remains under investigation.

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