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One Person Killed, Five Injured in Brown Co Wreck
06/26/2013

 ( KNZA )--One person was killed and five others were injured in a head-on collision on K-20 Highway in Brown County early Wednesday morning, about 1 ½ miles east of U.S. 75 Highway.  

The Kansas Highway Patrol says 26-year-old Anna Hull of Fairview was traveling west when her car crossed the center line and struck an eastbound car driven by 18-year-old  Iriss Whitebird of Horton head-on shortly after 2:15.

Hull was pronounced dead at the scene.

Whitebird and four passengers in her car were transported to area hospitals for treatment of injuries.   The passengers included 19-year-old Marlin Banks of Horton, 12-year-old Madison Thomas of Mayetta, 19-year-old Nadas Thomas of Mayetta and 13-year-old Tyran Banks of Horton.

The Patrol says none of the occupants were wearing seat belts.

K-20 highway was shut down for about 5 hours following the accident while authorities worked the scene.

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