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One Injured in Jeff Co Wreck

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(KNZA)--A single-vehicle Jefferson County rollover wreck Friday morning sent an elderly Ozawkie man to the hospital.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says it happened shortly before 10:00 on U.S. 59 Highway about 1 ½ miles south of Oskaloosa.

The Patrol says 78-year-old James Ussery was northbound when he failed to negotiate a curve and his pickup truck went off the roadway into the east ditch.  The pickup then re-entered the roadway and Ussery overcorrected, causing the vehicle to go back into the east ditch where it rolled onto its top.

Ussery, who was buckled up, was transported to the University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City for the treatment of what the Patrol described as possible injuries.


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