Two injured when vehicle strikes cement bridge in Jo Daviess County

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Two passengers were injured when the car they were riding in ran into a cement bridge in Jo Daviess County.

The crash happened shortly before 3 p.m. on Wednesday, December 30 on North Stockton Road, according to a statement from the Jo Daviess County Sheriff’s office.  The driver, a 36-year-old man, was headed southbound on the roadway when he lost control of his vehicle struck a cement bridge about a half-mile south of East Meyer Road.

The front passenger, a 54-year-old, and the back seat passenger, a 34-year-old, were both taken to a nearby hospital, according to the statement; the driver was not hurt.

The crash remained under investigation.

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