SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – UPDATE (10/15 1:30 p.m.): The driver that allegedly crashed into another vehicle in Sioux City killing two people is cooperating with police.
The Sioux City Police Department said officers and Sioux City Fire Rescue were called Friday around 9:11 p.m. to a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of 6th Street and Wesley Parkway. Police said a Ford Expedition was going west at a high rate of speed, running a red light, and then hit a northbound Ford Fusion. Both vehicle left the road and then hit a traffic light pole.
The driver and passenger in the Ford Fusion were fatally injured in the crash. They were identified as as Terry Alan Frisbie, 51, of Sioux City, and Judith Lee Jordan, 50, of Le Mars.
The driver of the Ford Expedition fled the scene of the crash on foot.
In an update Saturday afternoon, the police said the driver of the Ford Expedition voluntarily went to the police and is cooperating with investigators. The driver’s identity won’t be released until the investigation is complete, the release said.
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PREVIOUS (10/14 2:16 p.m.): Sioux City police are looking for a driver involved in a fatal accident.
On Friday, October 13 around 9 p.m., the Sioux City Police Department and Sioux City Fire Rescue responded to a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of 6th Street and Wesley Parkway.
A Ford Expedition was traveling westbound on 6th Street at a high speed and ran a red light, officials said. That’s where a Ford Fusion traveling north on Wesley Parkway was struck.
The driver and a passenger in the Ford Fusion died in the crash.
The driver of the Ford Expedition fled the scene on foot and has not been located at this time.
The names of the deceased are not yet released and police are asking the public to call 712-279-6440 if you have any information about the identity of that driver.