(Note: This story was updated at 1 p.m. based on new information from the State Patrol. The initial report indicated Barker was a passenger in the Cooksey vehicle. That was incorrect, Barker was a passenger in the Bogert vehicle. In addition, the ISP sent a correction on Barker’s age she is 22, not 24)
A teenage girl was killed and two others were injured in a two-vehicle crash over the weekend in southeast Iowa.
The crash happened late Saturday night in Keokuk County. The Iowa State Patrol reports an SUV driven by 22-year-old Dakota Bogert of Bloomfield ran a stop sign and collided with another SUV traveling on Highway 78.
The driver of that SUV, 17-year-old Bethanne Cooksey of Hedrick, was killed in the crash. Bogert and a passenger in her vehicle, 17-year-old Keegan Barker of Bloomfield, were both injured and flown by Air Care to University of Iowa Hospitals. The crash remains under investigation.
The crash remains under investigation.