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DELPHOS — A driver failed to yield the right of way causing another car to hit a parked car which led to two other parked cars receiving damage at 8:47 a.m. Saturday morning.

Jerome Burgei, 79, of Delphos was driving westbound on Third Street when he failed to stop at the stop sign at the intersection of North Washington and Third streets.

Burgei hit Rebecca Murphy, 66, of Fort Jennings, who was driving northbound on North Washington Street.

Murphy’s vehicle then hit a parked vehicle. Brittany Nolan, 20, of Elida was in the parked vehicle and had possible injuries.

Nolan’s vehicle was shoved into a vehicle parked in front of her, which is owned by David Kayser of Elida. Kayser’s vehicle was shoved into the vehicle parked in front of it, which is owned by Sue Dancer of Elida.

Murphy, Burgei, Nolan and Kayser’s vehicles received disabling damage.

Dancer’s vehicle had functional damage.

Burgei was cited for failure to yield right of way at a stop sign.


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