UPDATE: Missing North Sioux City man dies in vehicle accident in Wayne, NE


WAYNE, Nebraska (KTIV) – A North Sioux City, SD, man who has been missing since Monday has died following a one-vehicle accident in Wayne, Neb.

Twenty-eight-year-old Parker Mitchell died from his injuries Thursday night at the accident 3 1/2 miles east on Wayne on Highway 35.

According to the Wayne County Sheriff’s office, Parker was driving when he left the roadway, entered a ditch before overturning the vehicle in a cornfield.

Authorities say a lack of seat belt usage is being considered a contributing factor in his death.

The accident remains under investigation.


NORTH SIOUX CITY, SD (KTIV) -The North Sioux City Police Department needs your help in finding a missing man.

Twenty-eight-year-old Parker Mitchell was last seen in North Sioux City on Monday.

His last cell phone location was near Allen, Neb.

Mitchell is described as standing five-feet-six-inches tall and weighing 140 pounds.

He has brown eyes and may have a beard.

His vehicle is a white Buick Lesabre, with a South Dakota license plate W1P86.

If you have any information, please contact the North Sioux City Police Department at (605) 232-4301.

KTIV Staff

KTIV Staff

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