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One injured in Atchison wreck
08/09/2018

(KAIR)--One person is injured following a two vehicle, Thursday afternoon Atchison wreck.

A report from Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson says it happened shortly before 2:30, on U.S. Highway 59, at the Omaha Junction, on the western edge of the city.

It was there that a car, driven by 63-year-old Ruth Henderson, of Palmer, Kansas, pulled out of the parking lot of Max's BP convenient store, headed north onto the highway, intending to make a left hand turn.

That's when the car collided with an eastbound pickup truck, driven by 43-year-old James Knowles, of Leavenworth.

Henderson was transported by Atchison County EMS to the Atchison Hospital to be examined for possible chest injuries and reported back pain.

Knowles was not hurt.

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