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NW MO Sheriff killed in crash

(KNZA)--A northwest Missouri sheriff was killed late Wednesday morning in a two-vehicle wreck while responding to assist a deputy.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says killed in the wreck about one mile north of Osborn was 43-year-old Dekalb County Sheriff Andrew Clark.

The Patrol reports Clark was southbound on Missouri 33, crossing U.S. 36 Highway, when his pickup truck was struck in the passenger side by a eastbound SUV on U.S 36 driven by 71-year-old Robert Carpenter, of Diller, Nebraska.

Carpenter and three passengers in his vehicle suffered non-life threatening injuries.



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