Deadly Crash on Sunday In Greenwood Is Being Investigated
GREENWOOD–(KFOR May 21)–Cass County investigators have now released some new information regarding a deadly crash from Sunday afternoon along U.S. Highway 6 on the south end of Greenwood.
According to deputies, a 42-year-old Elmwood woman was westbound waiting to turn off of Highway 6 just north of Church Road into the parking lot of Baker’s Candies, when another vehicle driven by 88-year-old Geraldine Frank of Greenwood crashed into her from behind.
Frank was pronounced dead at the scene, while the other driver was taken to a hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries.
Authorities are investigating a deadly crash Sunday afternoon in Greenwood that killed one person and sent another to an area hospital.
It happened on Highway 6 just south of Church Road, on the south side of the town. Greenwood Fire Chief Mark Sobota told KFOR’s media partner, 10/11 NOW at the scene, that two vehicles were involved in the crash. Sobota says one person was pronounced dead at the scene, while another person was transported to an area hospital by volunteers with Waverly Fire & Rescue.
The person who was hospitalized has injuries that are serious, but not life-threatening.