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Wednesday wreck injures three

Kansas Highway Patrol

(KAIR)--Erratic driving is blamed for a Wednesday morning Wyandotte County crash that sent two Leavenworth County residents to the hospital.

The Kansas Highway Patrol reports it happened shortly after 9:30 on K7 Highway at the northern end of the Bonner Springs city limits.

According to a KHP report, 44-year-old Anthony Johnson was northbound, driving erratically, when he intentionally changed lanes, then stopped, in front of another northbound vehicle, driven by 78-year-old Basehor resident Robert Vickers.

Vickers’ pickup collided into the rear of Johnson’s car, while another northbound vehicle, driven by Mark Faucette, of Pleasant Hill, Missouri, rear-ended Vickers.

Johnson was taken to the Dwight D. Eishenhower VA Medical Center, in Leavenworth, with a possible injury.

Vickers was taken to Overland Park Regional for treatment of a suspect minor injury.

Faucette suffered a possible injury but was not transported.

The KHP report says all three were buckled up at the time of the wreck.

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