Deputy’s truck, passenger car collide in Osage City intersection

An Osage County Sheriff’s Office pickup ended up on its side after a collision with a car in an Osage City intersection Monday evening.

According to the Osage City Police Department, around 6:25 p.m. Aug. 8, 2016, officers were dispatched to the intersection of Topeka Avenue and Ellinwood Street after report of an injury vehicle collision. On arrival they found an Osage County Sheriff’s 4×4 pickup resting on its side with Osage County Deputy Richard Lamb still inside.

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A car driven by Robin Stepp was heavily damaged in the collision.

Police reported that Lamb was driving westbound on Ellinwood Street and a passenger car driven by Robin Stepp was southbound on Topeka Avenue when the vehicles collided in the uncontrolled intersection.

Police said Lamb reported no injuries, but Stepp had minor injuries that were treated at the scene.

The front of Stepp’s vehicle was heavily damaged, as was Lamb’s truck, which turned over onto its driver’s side partially off of the roadway. Stepp’s car remained in the intersection facing west.

The police department said the investigation continued as of Tuesday.

Information and photos thanks to Osage City Police Department.


One Response to Deputy’s truck, passenger car collide in Osage City intersection

  1. Ralph swanson says:

    Red car on the right side of the intrsection had the right of way. County cop was at fault.

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