New Bremen man flips vehicle


SUV lands in waters of Turtle Creek

Firefighters carry the driver of a vehicle that was flipped upside down in a creek along state Route 29 near its intersection with Turtle Creek Road Monday morning. The driver was trapped in the vehicle. The person was transported to Wilson Health by Anna Rescue. A Shelby County Sheriff’s Office deputy reportedly got into the creek and help the driver’s head above water until held arrived. The crash remains under investigation.


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Firefighters and other law enforcement officials examine a vehicle that was flipped upside down in a creek along state Route 29 near its intersection with Turtle Creek Road. The driver was trapped in the vehicle. The person was transported to Wilson Health by Anna Rescue. A Shelby County Sheriff’s Office deputy reportedly got into the creek and help the driver’s head above water until held arrived. The crash remains under investigation.


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SIDNEY — A New Bremen man was pulled from a vehicle that flipped over a guardrail and landed on its top in the water of Turtle Creek on state Route 29 on Monday morning.

Ronald Kremer, 69, of New Bremen, was transferred by Sidney Medics to Wilson Health after a report his SUV crashed around 10:21 a.m.

Kremer was traveling northwest on state Route 29 when he drifted across the center line onto the southbound lane and drove off the west side of the roadway, struck a guardrail end, which caused the vehicle to roll over onto its top and roll over and down an embankment containing about two-feet of running water, before coming to a rest on its top in the creek.

Anna Rescue and Fire Department, Van Buren Township Fire Department, Sidney Medics and Kettlersville Fire Department and Shelby County Sheriff Deputies responded to state Route 29 and Turtle Creek Road to the crash.

A Shelby County Sheriff’s Office deputy reportedly got into the creek and held the driver’s head above water until help arrived. The crash remains under investigation.

Firefighters carry the driver of a vehicle that was flipped upside down in a creek along state Route 29 near its intersection with Turtle Creek Road Monday morning. The driver was trapped in the vehicle. The person was transported to Wilson Health by Anna Rescue. A Shelby County Sheriff’s Office deputy reportedly got into the creek and help the driver’s head above water until held arrived. The crash remains under investigation.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_Crash1-2.jpgFirefighters carry the driver of a vehicle that was flipped upside down in a creek along state Route 29 near its intersection with Turtle Creek Road Monday morning. The driver was trapped in the vehicle. The person was transported to Wilson Health by Anna Rescue. A Shelby County Sheriff’s Office deputy reportedly got into the creek and help the driver’s head above water until held arrived. The crash remains under investigation. Like Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Firefighters and other law enforcement officials examine a vehicle that was flipped upside down in a creek along state Route 29 near its intersection with Turtle Creek Road. The driver was trapped in the vehicle. The person was transported to Wilson Health by Anna Rescue. A Shelby County Sheriff’s Office deputy reportedly got into the creek and help the driver’s head above water until held arrived. The crash remains under investigation.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_Crash2-2.jpgFirefighters and other law enforcement officials examine a vehicle that was flipped upside down in a creek along state Route 29 near its intersection with Turtle Creek Road. The driver was trapped in the vehicle. The person was transported to Wilson Health by Anna Rescue. A Shelby County Sheriff’s Office deputy reportedly got into the creek and help the driver’s head above water until held arrived. The crash remains under investigation. Like Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
SUV lands in waters of Turtle Creek
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