Alcohol Suspected To Be A Factor In Accident That Totaled Two Vehicles In June

Alcohol Suspected To Be A Factor In Accident That Totaled Two Vehicles In June
Custer County Sheriff's Office

CUSTER COUNTY— A two-vehicle accident on Saturday, June 27 resulted in both drivers being taken to the hospital with injuries.

According to the accident report from the Custer County Sheriff’s Office, at approximately 1:35 AM a tan 2005 Chevrolet Colorado was traveling west on Highway 2, driven by Cody Bohnenkamp when it turned left near Road 444 into the path of a 1996 white Dodge Neon that was traveling east on Highway 2 driven by Summer Judd.

Judd was unable to stop in time and the two vehicles made impact on the driver’s sides. Airbags deployed in both vehicles.

Bohnenkamp was taken to Melham Medical Center by Broken Bow EMS with possible injuries to his arm. As a result of the accident, Judd was trapped in the vehicle and once freed was taken to Melham Medical Center with a visible injury to her arm.

Hunters Towing and Repair towed both vehicles away.

Following the accident, the Custer County Sherriff’s Office conducted an investigation into the crash where it was also found that both drivers had not been wearing their seatbelts, and alcohol is also believed to have been a factor in the crash.

The report states that citations are pending.

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