MADISON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENTPosted on by Jon Downey
The scammers are at it again and some are creative.
Whenever the phone rings and the caller asks for personal information – like address, birthdays, or Social Security number – always be wary. If it is an unsolicited call, a “cold call”, and not from a trusted business or source, hang up.
Do not engage them in conversation. The callers are trained to extract information with trickery and deceit.
Do not give any information.
If its possible the call may be legitimate, ask for a call back number, the name of a supervisor, and why they are calling. A legitimate caller will state their business clearly and provide any information asked of them.
The best practice is not not do any unsolicited business by phone. And never,ever give out your Social Security number to someone you do not know.
At approximately 5:05 pm on 8/31/2020, Deputies of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office and Battle Creek Fire and Rescue were dispatched to the intersection of 839th Rd and 551st Ave for an injury accident. Two vehicles were East bound on 839th Rd. The first vehicle, a Ford F150 slowed to turn South on 551st and the second vehicle, a BMW Sedan, struck the back end of the Ford F150.
The collision caused the BMW to enter into oncoming traffic where it was struck by a westbound vehicle, an Isuzu Rodeo.
The Ford F150 had 2 occupants, the BMW had 3 occupants, and the Isuzu had 1 occupant. All occupants were transported to Faith Regional Health Services by Battle Creek Fire and Rescue, assisted by Norfolk Fire and Rescue, for the injuries.
Seat belts were in use by all but one occupant.
Approve and send Last updated 09/01/2020 at 09:23 by Todd Volk
833 Road (Enola Road) and 550 Avenue, Madison County
At 12:05 PM on August 27, 2020 the Madison County Sheriff’s Office was advised of an accident at the intersection of 833 Road, AKA Enola Road and 550 Avenue. A semi-truck hauling corn was east bound on 833 Road, approaching the 550 Avenue intersection. A County road Maintainer was crossing the 833 Roadway and was struck by the eastbound semi-truck.
The semi-truck went into the south ditch and came to a stop on it’s side. There were no injuries reported from either driver.
As the time of this writing (2:30 PM), crews were working on removing the corn and preparing to remove the Semi from the ditch. The Sheriff’s Office advises that the 833 Road will be shut down when crews are ready to remove the semi from the ditch. The Madison Sheriff’s Office would ask that drivers be prepared to stop or find an alternate route to their destination.
The accident is still under investigation at this time.
Sheriff Todd Volk
833 and 550 accident scene
Approve and send Last updated 08/27/2020 at 14:41 by Todd Volk
MADISON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENTPosted on by Todd Volk
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