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Rulo man injured in Falls City wreck
02/09/2018

traffic crash

(KLZA)--A two-vehicle wreck Wednesday afternoon in Falls City sent a Rulo man to the hospital.

Falls City Police say it happened at the intersection of 20th and Harlan Streets.

Police say 21-year-old Chance Huppert was southbound on Harlan Street in a car when an eastbound Dodge Dakota pickup driven by 84-year-old Roland Fisher of Falls City started to cross Harlan Street and the vehicles collided.

Huppert was transported to Community Medical Center in Falls City by ambulance with a possible  arm injury.

Fisher was not injured.  He was issued a citation for failure to yield.

 

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