RUDD, Iowa (AP) — A 9-year-old boy died and four other people were hurt after a two-vehicle crash in northern Iowa over the weekend.
The Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier reports the crash happened in Rudd, Iowa, on Saturday morning. Royce Fisher died. Rudd is about 65 miles (104.6 kilometers) northwest of Waterloo, Iowa.
The Iowa State Patrol says a Ford Taurus driven by 29-year-old Jesse Blades went through a stop sign and struck the passenger side of a Ford Windstar minivan driven by 57-year-old Ronald Fisher.
Blades and Ronald Fisher were injured along with 50-year-old Sarah Fisher and 11-year-old Aidyn Kline. Their conditions weren’t immediately available.
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