Drivers identified in Friday night crash in Scott County
SCOTT Co., Iowa (KWQC) - The Scott County Sheriff’s Office has released the names of the drivers involved in a crash Friday night.
Officials said a 911 call was placed just after 5 p.m. about a crash near 16924 70th Ave. in Scott County. The area is a paved two-lane blacktop located between Blue Grass and Walcott.
The Scott County Sheriff’s Office Accident Investigation Team responded to the scene.
Deputies learned a 2006 Ford F-150 driven by Chad Watson, 35, of Davenport was traveling northbound on 70th Avenue. A 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by Faith Fenner, 22, of Blue Grass, was traveling southbound.
According to deputies, it was determined the driver of the F-150 crossed the centerline, hitting the jeep head-on.
The jeep came to a rest on its side in the west ditch, the F-150 came to a rest in the northbound lane facing south.
Deputies said both drivers were extracted from their vehicles.
Watson was taken to a local hospital, and Fenner was airlifted by MedForce to Iowa City.
Their conditions were unknown Saturday but deputies said they are stable.
The crash remains under investigation by the Scott County Sheriff’s Office Accident Investigation Team.
The Scott County Sheriff’s Office, Scott County Reserves, Scott County VIPS, Walcott Police Department, Medic EMS, Blue Grass Fire Department, Walcott Fire Department, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, and MedForce, all assisted at the scene.
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