Iowa defensive again Jack Koerner was critically injured in a boating accident in the Ozarks Friday night time, in line with studies.
Missouri State Freeway Patrol responded to the 4.2 mile mark of Gravois Arm in the Lake of the Ozarks at round 6:52 p.m. over studies of a collision with a watercraft, online records confirmed.
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Based on police, the boat Koerner was in collided into the “starboard side” of one other vessel, leaving his boat totaled. He was transported to an space hospital with “serious” accidents.
One other passenger in Koerner’s boat additionally suffered critical accidents and was airlifted to a different hospital.
The university launched an announcement confirming the accident.
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“We can confirm Jack Koerner — a junior defensive back on the University of Iowa football team and member of the 2020 Leadership Group — was injured in a watercraft accident at Lake of the Ozarks on Friday, June 12 at approximately 6:30 p.m.,” the statement obtained by 247Sports activities.com learn.
“Koerner was transported to a neighborhood hospital with non-life-threatening accidents. Jack had accomplished the first week of voluntary exercises together with his Hawkeye teammates and was at the Lake of the Ozarks together with his father, Gary, for a father-son weekend together with different West Des Moines households.”
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Koerner joined the Hawkeyes in 2017 as a walk-on and totaled 81 tackles, intercepted one move and defended 5 complete passes final season.