Butler County Crash Injures two

Plainfield, Iowa – A rollover in Butler County injured two people on Saturday.

The Iowa State Patrol says the crash, which occurred at around 6:40pm, involved 24-year-old Sarah Sprague of Waverly and 23-year-old Rayce Tapp of Nashua.

24-year-old Sarah Sprague was traveling southbound on Willow Avenue when her vehicle began to fishtail just north of 150th Street. She overcorrected, sending the vehicle into the west ditch and rolled once.

Sprague and a passenger, 23-year-old Rayce Tapp of Nashua, were transported to the Waverly Health Center with unknown injuries.

The Iowa State Patrol was assisted by the Butler County Sheriff’s Office, Clarksville Police and EMS along with the Plainfield Fire Department.

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