Three people are treated for injuries after accident
DICKINSON - The Dickinson Police Department reported Tuesday morning that two males from Richardton and one Dickinson female were transported to Dickinson's St. Joseph's Hospital and Health Center Monday at about 4:11 p.m. after two vehicles collided at an intersection.
The department reported Rose Kostelecky, 52, of Dickinson, stated she was traveling westbound on 21st Street West. Kostelecky said the vehicle driven by William Renner, 16, of Richardton, pulled out in front of her from the stop sign, giving her little or no time to react.
Renner stated he did not see Kostelecky's vehicle coming as he left the stop sign on Sixth Avenue West. He was traveling north.
James Hellman, 38, of Dickinson, witnessed the collision. Hellman stated he had turned eastbound from the north, just prior to the accident.
He said Renner's vehicle was stopped at the intersection as he completed his turn. Hellman said the collision occurred behind him.
Both vehicles sustained severe damage and were towed from the scene.
Kostelecky's husband drove her to the hospital, where she was treated and released.
Renner and his passenger, Jesse Steingruber, 20, Richardton, were transported by the Dickinson Ambulance to the hospital, where both were treated and released.
Renner was cited for failure to yield.