LOUISVILLE—An Elkhorn man escaped injury in a one-vehicle rollover accident in Louisville on Sunday.
Slick roads played a role in the accident, according to Cass County Sheriff William Brueggemann.
At 3:03 p.m., sheriff’s deputies, along with Louisville Fire/Rescue personnel and Cass County Medics, responded to a call about a one-vehicle rollover accident at Church Road just west of 358th Street.
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A 2008 Toyota Camry, driven by Cary A. Trogan, 21, of Elkhorn, was heading west on Church Rd. at that location when he swerved to miss a vehicle that was stopped at a roadside mail box, according to Brueggemann. Trogan lost control on the icy road when he swerved and went into the north ditch, hit a culvert, then rolled his vehicle one time landing on its roof.
The vehicle sustained heavy damage, but Trogan was uninjured, Brueggemann said. He was wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident.
Accident investigation is complete, according to Brueggemann.