Chain-Reaction Sioux City Crash Injures Three People

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SIOUX CITY, Iowa  —  Officials say a bus driver in Sioux City has been cited in a chain-reaction crash that injured three people on Friday.

The crash took place just after 3 p.m. at the intersection of Applewood Avenue and South Lakeport Street.

Police say a gold minivan had stopped for traffic waiting to turn onto Applewood Ave, when a red minivan behind the gold vehicle stopped suddenly. A school bus then rear-ended the red minivan, pushing it into the gold vehicle.

Officials say 53-year-old Deanna Hall and 14-year-old Elizabeth Hall (in the red vehicle) were injured in the crash, as well as Brianna Donahue, a passenger on the bus. No one in the gold mini-van was injured.

The bus driver, 35-year-old Andrea Beuzekom, was cited with failure to stop at assured, clear distance.


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