Fran McCaffery identified as the person involved in Iowa car accident

Fran McCaffery identified as the person involved in Iowa car accident

Authorities have identified Fran McCaffery as the person who was involved in a fatal car accident in Iowa City on Tuesday, June 6, 2023. Fran’s condition after the traffic collision is currently unknown as no report has been made at the time of this article. The McCaffrey family is yet to release a statement.

This is a developing story.

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A Cedar Rapids resident was killed last month after being hit by an unidentified motorist close to Iowa City West High School. According to Iowa City Police public safety information officer Lee Hermiston in an email sent to the Press-Citizen on Monday morning, the guy, who was out on a run, was identified as 45-year-old Corey J. Hite.

A car struck Hite on May 22 at 4 p.m. near the intersection of Melrose Avenue and Kennedy Parkway, about a half-mile west of Iowa City West High School, according to police. Off of Melrose, Kennedy Parkway turns north and enters a neighborhood of houses. On Melrose in that region, the posted speed limit is 35 MPH. On Kennedy Parkway, the posted speed limit is 25 MPH.

The identity of the driver has not been made public by Iowa City Police due to an ongoing investigation. In an email sent on Monday afternoon, Hermiston informed the Press-Citizen that no charges had been brought.

“The crash remains under investigation, and we are not releasing any additional information at this time,” Hermiston added. According to authorities, the unidentified driver did not report any injuries.

An email request by the Press-Citizen Friday, June 2 to view a physical copy of the accident report under rights supported by Iowa Code Chapter 22 was denied.

Hite was a National Guard soldier a few weeks from retirement, according to a GoFundMe page created on May 25. He was a father and a husband, according to the GoFundMe.

Corey Hite, organized by Sarah Latham

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