Waterloo guy killed in crash with driving force that ran forestall check in Linn County


UPDATE: The guy killed in a crash with a automobile that ran a forestall signal north of Alburnett in Linn County Monday morning has been known as Larry Hullermann, 62, of Waterloo.

LINN COUNTY, Iowa (KWWL) — One guy has died after a two-vehicle crash in Linn County Monday morning, involving one of the crucial drivers operating a forestall signal.

Linn County Sheriff’s Deputies and different emergencies crews replied to the coincidence on Central City Road and Alburnett Road north of Alburnett after 8:30 a.m. on Monday.

The Linn County Sheriff’s Office says that 42-year-old Eric Caryl used to be riding southbound on Alburnett Road and failed to forestall at a forestall signal, hitting every other automobile and killing the motive force who used to be eastbound on Central City Road. The sufferer used to be pronounced useless on the scene.

The Sheriff advised KWWL that there aren’t any rumble strips on the intersection.

Officials say Caryl had non-life-threatening accidents and used to be transported to Mercy Hospital.

The title of the sufferer is being withheld pending notification of kin.

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