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One injured in NW MO wreck

(KLZA)-- One person was hospitalized following a wreck Wednesday afternoon five miles east of Fairfax, MO. on Route N.

The Missouri Highway Patrol reports 46-year-old Amy Midyett of Plattsburg, Missouri was southbound when her Ford Fusion railed to stop at a STOP sign and traveled off the south side of Missouri Highway 46 and became airborne.  

The vehicle struck the ground at the bottom of an embankemnt and came to rest on its wheels.

Midyette was transported by the Atchison-Holt Ambulance Squad to the hospital in Fairfax with what were described as moderate injuries.   

The vehicle was totaled.  

The Atchison  County Sheriff's Office assisted at the scene of the wreck. 

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