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No serious injuries in 3-vehicle Jackson Co wreck

(KNZA)--No serious injuries were reported Tuesday evening in a three-vehicle Jackson County wreck in the city of Holton.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says it happened around 7:00 in front of the Sonic restaurant.

The Patrol reports 18-year-old Madilynd Weidler-Hyten, of Lecompton, was pulling out of a private driveway onto U.S. 75 when her Subaru Forester t-boned a Toyota Camry driven by 68-year-old Charles Morlof, of Platte City, Missouri.

A semi tractor-trailer struck the Subaru Forester, which then struck the Camry again.

A passenger in the Camry, 68-year-old Platte City resident Della Morlof, was transported to the Holton Community Hospital with what the Patrol described as suspected minor injuries.

Weidler-Hyten and a passenger in her vehicle, 18-year-old Holton resident Violet Mesa, were not hurt.

The semi driver, from Enid, Oklahoma, also escaped injury.

The Patrol says all the occupants were buckled up when the wreck occurred.





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