Iowa Rollover Crash Kills Teen

An 18-year-old Sioux City, Iowa, man was fatally injured when an SUV went out of control and rolled numerous times early Monday northeast of Sioux City, the Iowa State Patrol said.

Four other teens were injured.

Nino Segura was taken by ambulance to St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center in Sioux City, where he died, the State Patrol said.

The four other men injured in the crash were taken to Sioux City’s Mercy Medical Center. The State Patrol identified them as Oscar Ramirez, Christian Bruce and Felix Lemeus, all 18 and of Sioux City, and Juan Munoz, 19, of Sloan, Iowa.

Bruce was treated at the hospital and released, and Munoz was in good condition Monday night, a hospital spokeswoman said. The conditions of the other teens were unavailable.

Ramirez was driving a 1998 Ford Explorer on a Woodbury County road about two miles northeast of Sioux City. The southbound sport utility vehicle went out of control, went into the east ditch and rolled in an adjoining pasture, the State Patrol said.

Segura was thrown from the vehicle.

A State Patrol report did not note whether any of the Explorer’s occupants were using seat belts.

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