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Oregon MO Woman Injured In Wreck
06/16/2017

(KLZA)-- An Oregon, Missouri woman suffered minor injuries in a wreck on Interstate 29 in St. Joseph shortly before 8 o’clock Thursday morning.

The Missouri Highway Patrol reports 33-year-old Jenna Curtis of Oregon was injured when her southbound car slowed due to traffic congestion and was hit in the rear with the front bumper from another car. The Curtis vehicle came to rest on the east side of the road.

The second vehicle, operated by 32-year old Amanda Kurtz, also from Oregon, MO. came to a controlled stop on the right shoulder of the road. Kurtz was not injured.

Buchanan County EMS transported Curtis to Mosaic Life Care in St. Joseph. 

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