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Meriden man killed in wreck

(KNZA)--A one-vehicle wreck in Shawnee County Sunday morning claimed the life of a Meriden man.

The Shawnee County Sheriff's Office says killed in the crash in the 300 block of Northeast 35th Street was 28-year-old Kyle Neidigh.

The sheriff's office says deputies responded shortly before 7:45 Sunday morning to find a Honda Civic on its top at the bottom of a ravine to the northwest of the intersection of Northeast Kimbal Road and Northeast 35th Street.

The Sheriff's Office says Neidigh had been eastbound on 35th when he failed to negotiate a curve and his vehicle left the roadway.

Neidigh, who was not wearing a seatbelt, was pronounced dead at the scene.

The wreck remains under investigation.  



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