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Hiawatha man injured in western KS crash

traffic crash

(KNZA)--A Hiawatha man was injured Thursday morning in a single-vehicle wreck in western Kansas.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says it happened on K-161 in Cheyenne County about 4 miles north of Bird City.

The Patrol reports 60-year-old Kelly Johansen was northbound when his semi tractor-trailer left the roadway to the right.  Johansen ovecorrected, causing his semi to tip over onto its side.

Johansen was transported to a hospital in St. Francis with suspected serious injuries, and then later flown to a Denver hospital.

The Patrol says he was not buckled up with the wreck happened around 8:00 Thursday morning.



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