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Clarksville man killed, 3 injured in Butler County crash

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A two-car crash Thursday morning killed one Clarksville man and injured three other Clarksville residents. A two-car crash Thursday morning killed one Clarksville man and injured three other Clarksville residents.
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A two-car crash Thursday morning killed one Clarksville man and injured three other Clarksville residents.

The Iowa State Patrol reported that Joanna Heidemann, 30, of Clarksville, was driving southbound on Highway 188 about a mile south of Clarksville at around 10:41 a.m. when she lost control of her Chevy Venture van and entered the northbound lanes of Highway 188.

Heidemann's vehicle then struck a Ford Escape driven by Edward Eilers, 84, of Clarksville.

Eilers was taken to Waverly Hospital and pronounced dead.

His passenger, Georgia Eilers, 79, also of Clarksville, was taken to Allen Hospital in Waterloo and later to Iowa City. Her condition is unknown.

Heidemann was also taken to Allen Hospital in Waterloo for injuries. Her passenger, Andrew Heidemann, 2, was taken to Waverly Hospital. Their conditions are also unknown.

The Iowa State Patrol was assisted by the Butler County Sheriff's Office, Clarksville Fire, Clarksville Ambulance, Shell Rock Fire, Allison Ambulance, Clarksville Police Department and Waverly Paramedics.

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