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Old August 16th, 2013, 10:18 PM   #1
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So I missed a phone call from my dad earlier... Note to self.. Don't miss phone calls when parents are on vacation.

My parents were in the motor home. These are just the pics from the article. When my dad gets done dealing with the police and gets my mom out of the hospital, they're going to get me better pics.

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Sterling Hwy Crash: Motor Home and Toyota Corolla
A viewer submitted photo of the crash scene involving a RV and Toyota Corolla. (Zachary Brown / August 16, 2013)

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Photos: RV and Car Crash on Sterling Hwy near Anchor Point
Photos: RV and Car Crash on Sterling Hwy near Anchor Point
By Neil Torquiano
Channel 2 News
5:09 p.m. AKDT, August 16, 2013

ANCHORAGE, Alaska— A man from Utah suffered possible life-threatening injuries and three other people were injured in a RV and car crash on the Sterling Hwy near Anchor Point Friday afternoon, according to Alaska State Troopers.

Troopers received calls of the crash shortly before 2:15 p.m. and it happened near Mile 153 of the Sterling Hwy.

51-year-old Kelly Hicks, of Utah, was driving a Toyota Corolla northbound when it crossed the center line and side-swiped a 2007 Coachman motor home, which was driven by 55-year-old Daniel Hardy, of Michigan, based on the initial investigation.

“The driver sides of both vehicles were torn open,” Beth Ipsen, AST spokesperson, said in a troopers update.

Hicks was taken to South Peninsula Hospital in Homer for treatment of possible life-threatening injuries. His passenger, Lisa Hicks, 48, of Utah, was treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Hardy and his passenger, Kimela Hardy, 56, also of Michigan, was treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Troopers with the Bureau of Highway Patrol have been on-scene investigating the crash and conducting measurements.

“Traffic is expected to be hindered for several hours,” Ipsen said.
This is a developing story. Please check KTUU.com and the Channel 2 newscasts for updates.

Contact Neil Torquiano




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