Vehicle/Accident Crash Confirmed to be Linked to Search for Missing Woman
The Alaska State Troopers confirmed to the KSRM News Department that a an accident from Monday the 8th of the month where the Alaska State Troopers responded to mile post 62.0 of the Seward Highway for the report of a vehicle/ atv crash was connected to the search for 43-year-old Valerie Sifsof of Anchorage.
Megan Peters with the Alaska State Trooper told us that 30-year old Victor Sifsof Jr. of Anchorage, was driving an atv with 49-year-old Victrina Sifsof Anchorage, as a passenger on a bike path conducting family search effort for Valarie Sifsof who’s been missing for upwards of three months near quartz creek, when a vehicle driven by 18-year-old Andrew Dupree of Anchorage pulled into a driveway and the the atv ran into the side of Dupree’s vehicle.
Victor and Victrina were transported to an Anchorage area hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.
The two atv riders were not wearing helmets. Dupree and his passenger were not injured.
Damage to the atv was estimated at $3000.00 and damage to the other vehicle was estimated at $1000.00