• May 24, 2017

Donna Wildin Killed in Madison County, IA, Accident

Madison County, IA -- May 20, 2017, Donna Wildin was killed as the result of an accident in which a single vehicle crashed off the roadway.

Authorities from the Madison County Sheriff's Department were called out to investigate the fatal incident. They say that it occurred at around 12:50 p.m. near the intersection of Rolling Green Avenue and 220th Street.

Preliminary details suggest that 59-year-old Leslie Wildin, Donna's husband, was driving a vehicle along Rolling Green Avenue. For reasons which have not yet been determined, the vehicle lost control and ran off the road. It then crashed into a pole before landing in a ditch.

As a result of the crash, 62-year-old Donna Wildin suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene. It's unclear if Leslie was injured.

Police did not release details on what might have caused the crash. Their investigations are ongoing.

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