Dignan Forry Obituary, Death – A man from Osceola who was injured in an accident that only involved one vehicle and took place on Scott Street in the northern part of Clarke County passed away on August 13 as a result of the injuries he had sustained as a result of the accident. The accident took place on Scott Street in the northern part of Clarke County. The collision occurred on Scott Street, which is located in the northern portion of Clarke County. Dignan Forry, 24, of Osceola, was driving a 2006 Toyota 4Runner eastbound in the 2800 block of Scott Street at around 4:30 p.m. while going at a high rate of speed, according to a complaint that was made public by the Iowa State Patrol. The occurrence took place close to the time that the report was made available to the public.
At the crest of the hill located at 2827 Scott Street, Forry was driving his vehicle when he unexpectedly lost control of it, causing it to careen into the ditch that is located to the south. After a number of failed attempts to stop it, it rolled from that location and eventually came to a stop in a field to the south of the road. Both Forry and the passenger, Kaylie Burke, 24, who was from Carlisle, were not wearing seat belts at the time of the incident. when a result, both of them were ejected from the vehicle and flung through the windshield when it crashed.
After it was established that Forry had passed away at the location of the accident, the body was transported by the Clarke County Emergency Services to the workplace of the medical examiner so that an autopsy could be carried out there. Mercy Life Flight transported Burke to the MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center, but the medical staff there were unable to evaluate his condition at the time that this article was published. Burke was transferred to the hospital by the Mercy organization. At this very moment, additional inquiries into the occurrence that resulted in the collision are still being carried out.