• August 31, 2023

Daniel Brown Killed in Truck Accident in Webster County, IA

Webster County, IA — August 29, 2023, Daniel Brown sustained fatal injuries as the result of a box truck accident at around 4:37 p.m. on U.S. Highway 20.

Investigators said in preliminary reports that the crash happened in the area of the U.S. 20 and Johnson Avenue intersection just outside of Fort Dodge.

Daniel Brown Killed in Truck Accident in Webster County, IA

According to authorities, 74-year-old Daniel Brown was riding on a motorcycle which was said to be going eastbound along U.S. 20. While crossing Johnson, it appears a box truck allegedly failed to yield to Brown, resulting in the motorcycle and the truck colliding.

As a result of the collision, Brown was thrown from the bike, and he succumbed to fatal injuries. there were no other confirmed injuries. Right now, it's unclear if authorities are planning to file charges. Investigations are ongoing.



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