Bellevue, IA — Yesterday afternoon, a local woman was involved in a serious car accident along Highway 62 in Bellevue that resulted in her passing. Police identified Irene Wyatt, 84, as the woman who was killed on Thursday (December 18, 2014) after her car lost control along Highway 62 and crashed.
The accident happened around 3:15 p.m. yesterday afternoon, roughly 5 miles west of Bellevue. Wyatt had been driving her vehicle west along the highway when she lost control near 328th Street. Her car swerved off the roadway and lost traction on the shoulder, causing it to flip over several times.
Her vehicle came to rest in a nearby cornfield, the news reports say, and she was trapped inside. After being rescued by emergency workers and being taken to a hospital, however, Wyatt passed away from her injuries. This is still under investigation, it seems, as the authorities in Bellevue don’t know why Mrs. Wyatt lost control of her car in the first place. Nobody else was in the car with her.
Scene of the Accident
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