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Jackson Co wreck sends one to hospital

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(KNZA)--Slick road conditions contributed to a two-vehicle wreck in Jackson County Thursday morning that sent one to the hospital.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says it happened on U.S. 75 Highway,  just north of 186th Road, shortly after 7:30.

The Patrol says 22-year-old Justin Currence, of Manhattan, was northbound when he lost control of his Pontiac Grand Am on the ice and drifted into the southbound lane.  His car was struck in the side by a southbound Jeep Wrangler driven by 35-year-old Rebecca Gann, of Wetmore.

Currence was transported to Topeka’s Stormont Vail Hospital with what the Patrol described as disabling injuries.

The Patrol report says Gann received possible injuries, but refused to be transported to a  hospital.   A three-year-old passenger, Mathew Gann, also received possible injuries, but was not transported to a hospital.


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