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Elderly Wamego Man Killed in Wreck
08/17/2017

(KMZA)--A two-vehicle Pottawatomie County wreck Thursday afternoon claimed the life of an elderly Wamego man.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says killed in the wreck at the intersection of U.S. 24 Highway and Levee Drive was 78-year-old Francis Whitney.

The Patrol says Whitney was southbound on Levee Drive when he failed to stop at a stop sign and his car was struck by a westbound pickup truck on U.S. 24 driven by 18-year-old Ethan Engelhorn, of Manhattan.

The Patrol report says Engelhorn received possible injuries, but does not indicate he was transported to a hospital.

Both drivers were buckled up when the wreck happened shortly before 1:15 Thursday afternoon.

 

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