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Street Sweeper Involved in Injury Wreck

(KNZA)--No serious injuries were reported following a two-vehicle wreck in Jefferson County Thursday morning involving a street sweeper.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says it happened shortly before 11:00 in front of Perry High School in the 400 block of Lecompton Road.

The Patrol says a northbound pickup truck driven by 53-year-old Robert Chartier, of Ozawkie, struck the rear of a street sweeper operated by 59-year-old Dale Coffin, of Oskaloosa, due to a dustcloud.

Coffin was transported to Lawrence Memorial Hospital for the treatment of possible injuries.

Chartier was not hurt.


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