Fulda native killed in two-vehicle crash north of Hull, Iowa

Noah Salentiny died Tuesday as a result of his injuries.

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HULL, Iowa — Noah Salentiny, 22, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota and formerly of Fulda, was killed in a two-vehicle crash Tuesday evening on 290th Street, two miles north of Hull.

Salentiny was driving a 2006 Chevrolet Equinox eastbound on 290th Street. Jillian Meyer, 31, of Boyden, Iowa, was driving a 2014 Ford Explorer westbound on 290th Street. Salentiny began turning left toward a residential driveway and the two struck in the westbound lane. After the crash, the Chevrolet entered the north ditch and rolled.

According to the Sioux County Sheriff’s Office, Salentiny was transported by the Hull Ambulance to Hegg Health Center in Rock Valley, Iowa, where he died as a result of his injuries. Meyer was transported by private vehicle to Sioux Center Health for treatment of minor injuries.

The Chevrolet sustained approximately $10,000 in damage. The Ford sustained an estimated $14,000 in damage.

The sheriff’s office was assisted by the Hull Fire Department and Hull Ambulance; the sheriff’s office technical accident investigator assisted in the investigation.

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