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Wamego Teen Killed in Wreck

(KMZA)--A three-vehicle wreck over the weekend in Pottawatomie County claimed the life of a Wamego teenager.

Pottawatomie County Sheriff Greg Riat said 18-year-old Daniel McDonald was pronounced dead at the scene of the wreck late Saturday afternoon on U.S 24 Highway, east of Schoeman Road.

Riat says McDonald was eastbound when his Volkswagon Jetta crossed the center line and was struck by two westbound vehicles shortly before 5:00.

One of those drivers, 35-year-old St. George resident Joshua Asbury, was injured in the crash and transported to a Manahttan Hospital.

The other driver, 44-year-old St. Mary’s resident Corey Swisher, was not hurt.


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