Details Released On The Two-Vehicle Accident That Resulted In Non-Life Threatening Injuries

Details have been released on the two-vehicle accident that took place on the west side of Broken Bow on Tuesday, October 8.

According to the accident report, Delton Johnson, 77 of Broken Bow, was turning south on South 27th Ave. in his 2012 Ford F-150 at approximately 6:40 PM when he struck a 2006 Buick Lucerne driven by Cary Sommer, 68 of Callaway, who was traveling east on Highway 2. The accident was mostly head on and airbags deployed in both vehicles.

Both Cary and his wife Connie, 68, were transported to the hospital by ambulance. Delton was transported by private vehicle to the hospital. Injuries were non-life threatening.

Both vehicles are listed as totaled.

Broken Bow Fire and Rescue, Broken Bow Police Department, Custer County Sheriff’s Office, and Hunter’s Towing and Repair responded to the accident.

Traffic was diverted while crews worked on clearing the scene.