Nathan Peterson and Jerry Swahn died after car accident in Polk County

Both drivers passed away at the scene of the accident, learn more...

Nathan Peterson Death | Jerry Swahn Death – A two-vehicle collision that occurred on Friday close to Osceola resulted in the deaths of two people, according to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office. An accident occurred on U.S. 81/Nebraska 92 east of Osceola at approximately 7:45 in the morning, and the Polk County sheriff’s office and emergency personnel were called to the scene.

Jerry Swahn, 52, of Weston, was reportedly operating a Chevrolet Silverado in the westbound lane when his vehicle crossed the center line and collided with a Ford F-150 operated by Nathan Peterson, 44, of Stromsburg, which was traveling in the eastbound lane.

The fire started in Swahn’s truck. Both drivers passed away at the scene of the accident. In neither of the vehicles was there anyone else riding along. The inquiry into the accident is ongoing.

Nathan Peterson Obituary and Jerry Swahn Obituary will be released by their families respectively…

RELATED ARTICLE: Woman died in Polk County crash, driver faces DUI charges

An individual behind the wheel was taken into custody on Sunday in Polk County after being involved in an incident that resulted in a fatality. At around 4:10 in the morning, the Florida Highway Patrol received a complaint of a collision that happened on State Road 400 and involved two automobiles.

According to the state police, Quarpaesha Prather, 31, was driving carelessly when she caused an accident when she collided with the rear of the car that was in front of her, causing the vehicle to overturn onto the shoulder of the road.

According to the records of the Florida Highway Patrol, a woman from Winter Haven, Florida, aged 36, was thrown during the incident and later passed away as a result of the injuries that she sustained. A male passenger from Mulberry who was 44 years old got some minor injuries while riding in the vehicle that was involved in the accident.

In spite of the fact that Prather was not hurt in the incident, he was taken into custody on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) manslaughter.

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