Authorities are trying to piece together an incident that happened last Friday night (April 2nd), in which a man allegedly jumped in front of a moving vehicle.
The incident was reported to authorities at around 7:30pm, on westbound Highway 30, at mile marker 245 in Linn County.
48 year old Amber Pattee was driving west, when a pedestrian, identified as 35 year old Andrew Lappe, appeared to jump in front of the moving vehicle.
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Andrew Lappe was taken by ambulance to University Hospitals in Iowa City to be treated for non-life threatening injuries. Amber Pattee was not hurt.
The Linn County Sheriff continues the investigation.
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