Enterprise 31 Aug 2012|
(picture of wrecked vehicle)
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An Omaha woman was killed when the Chevy Avalanche pickup she was driving was involved in a two-vehicle, head-on accident on Highway 133 south of Blair on Wednesday. Rosemarie Akiens, 45, died in the crash that also claimed the life of 19-year-old Cody Stump of Omaha.
Omaha World Herald
30 Aug 2012
2 killed in head-on crash are identified
Two Omahans were killed Wednesday in a head-on crash on Nebraska Highway 133 near Blair, authorities said.
Cody Stump, 19, was driving north and crossed the highway’s center line and slammed into a vehicle driven by Rosemarie Akiens, 45, according to Washington County authorities.
Stump and Akiens died at the scene. The crash occurred about 1:45 p.m. Both were alone in their vehicles.
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Enterprise 31 Aug 2012 (colored picture of wreck)
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Accident three miles south of Blair on Highway 133 left two people dead and closed the highway for several hours. By Joe Burns Enterprise.
Two Omahans killed in 133 accident by T. Barber
A head-on collision on Highway 133 Wednesday killed the drivers of two vehicles alone in their cars north of P30 about 1:45 p.m.
Rosemarie Akiens, 45, of Omaha and Cody Stump, 19, of Omaha were killed in the accident, said Washington County chief deputy Ben Scherer.
Washington County sheriff’s deputies and the Nebraska State Patrol investigated the crash which witnesses said occurred when a northbound blue Jeep Patriot crossed the center line and collided with a southbound red Chevy Avalanche pickup.
Akiens was driving the pickup, which flipped into the west ditch, and Stump was the driver of the Patriot, which ended part way on the east shoulder of the road.
Scherer said autopsies would be done Thursday.
The highway was closed until 5:32 p.m. as officers investigated the scene and attempted to notify relatives of the drivers.
The accident is still under investigation.
Note: Since the actual death date was not given, the news article date was used.