Daria Faden, Edward Roberts, Glen Koch, and Michael Teter Injured in Head-On Crash on Nebco Rig 14 in Banner County
Banner County, Nebraska (September 25, 2019) – Four people were injured in a head-on collision Monday morning in Banner County, according to the Nebraska State Patrol.
The crash took place around 8:23 a.m. September 23, on Nebco Rig 14, a private road used by oil personnel.
NSP said Daria Faden, of Kimball, was driving northbound as she checked the fence line. Edward Roberts, of Brush, Colorado, was driving a pickup truck southbound. As the pickup crested the hill, the two vehicles collided head-on.
Faden and Roberts sustained serious injuries in the crash. Two passengers in the pickup, Glen Koch, of Sterling, Colorado, and Michael Teter, of Denver, also sustained serious injuries. All four victims were taken to Regional West Medical Center. Roberts was later taken to a Colorado hospital, where he underwent surgery.
Faden was the only one wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash.
The crash remains under investigation.
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