Pawnee City, NE – Kenneth Yoder, 23, and Kyle Clow, 25, were injured in a collision between a car and a horse-cart on NE-8/50, Wednesday morning, near Pawnee City, NE.
The accident happened around half past 7, just east of town. Mr. Clow was driving a 1994 Honda Accord eastbound, when he struck a horse-cart from behind. In the accident, Mr. Yoder was thrown from the horse cart and suffered non-life threatening injuries. The horse from the cart ended up being flipped over Mr. Clow’s vehicle and was killed instantly. Mr. Clow also suffered non-life threatening injuries. Both men were taken to Pawnee Memorial Hospital, before being transferred to Bryan West Campus in Lincoln. Their current condition is unknown.
The accident is the second such collision between a car and a horse-cart in the Pawnee City area since 2013. There is an investigation into the accident, and early indications are that Mr. Clow may have had his view obstructed by the rising sun, contributing to the accident.
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Map of the Area Near the Accident
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