• August 29, 2023

Sandra Johnson Killed in Truck Accident in Alcester, SD

Union County, SD — August 24, 2023, Sandra Johnson was killed as the result of a semi-truck accident Thursday morning along Highway 11.

Investigations said that the incident took place at the intersection of Highway 11 and 302nd Avenue just south of Alcester.

Sandra Johnson Killed in Truck Accident in Alcester, SD

According to officials, 81-year-old Sandra Johnson was in a Chevy Equinox that was reportedly going northbound along Highway 11. At 302nd Avenue, authorities say that an eastbound semi-truck went through a stop sign, crashing with the Chevy Equinox.

As a result of the collision, Johnson sustained injuries which ultimately proved to be fatal. It appears there were no other injuries. Right now, it's unclear if authorities are planning to file charges or citations. Investigations are ongoing.



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