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Two vehicle accident near 250th and Van Dorn

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Posted By: Channel 8 Eyewitness News

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Press Release: Cass County Sheriff, Wm. C. Brueggemann advised on May 27 at 1:49 p.m. deputies responded to a two vehicle injury accident at 250th Street and Van Dorn Street, rural Eagle, Cass/Otoe County Line.

Preliminary investigation indicates a 1979 primer gray Chevy pickup west bound on Van Dorn Street driven by Mark P. Ulven (39 YOA) of Palmyra NE  failed to yield at a signed intersection hitting a 1999 Blue, Dodge, Dakota pickup driven by Mark D. Neeman Jr (32 YOA) of Palmyra, NE North bound on 250th Street.  The Neeman's vehicle having 3 occupants. A 6 year old male juvenile of Palmyra that was transported via air ambulance to Brien West, Lincoln, and Reiley Krull (33 YOA)  of rural Lincoln transported via Eagle Rescue and Mark Neeman was transported by Alvo Rescue to Lincoln Hospitals.

"The Chevy struck the Dodge on the passenger side. Both vehicles came to rest on the northwest side of the intersection and I believe all parties were transported to Brien West." Said Srgt. Karl Boehm, Cass County Sheriff's Office

Ulven was treated at the scene and signed off any additional treatment.

Accident investigation is ongoing.

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