Sunday, 25 August 2019
Login |  Register 
Find Products or Services in your local community
MSC News National Headlines U.S Health Tech Talk World Business Sports Top Headlines
One injured in Saturday Atchison wreck

(KAIR)--A two-vehicle wreck Saturday evening in the Atchison city limits sent one person to the hospital.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says it happened at the intersection of U.S. 59 Highway and Rawlins Road around 8:00.

The Patrol says 70-year-old Delbert Boatright, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was northbound on Rawlins Road when he failed to yield when entering U.S. 59 and his car was struck by a van driven by 55-year-old Gary Dome, of Oskaloosa.

Boatright, who was wearing a seatbelt, was transported to the Atchison Hospital with suspected minor injuries.   A passenger in his car was not hurt.

Dome and four passengers in his van, including an 11-month-old and 6-year-old, also escaped injury.



© Many Signals Communcations
You will need to be logged in to leave a comment.
Please Login

characters left

The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited.
Click here to review our Terms of Use.

USD 115 board suspends coach without pay
Two killed in Jefferson Co crash
Police: Crutch used as weapon in Atchison altercation
Monday wreck injures two
Collegiate baseball team proposed for Hiawatha
Second Hiawatha man arrested on drug charges
Plea entered in Hiawatha child sex case
Hospital circulating petition for tax support
Vehicle crimes investigated locally
Court: Attorney can't claim immunity in wrongful conviction
Click Here For All Stories

Health Alert At Humboldt Lake
Fire forces evacuation of Holton plant
Health advisory issued for Holton lake
Atchison's USD 409 adopts budget
Plea entered in Hiawatha child sex case
Inmate death investigated by KBI
Revised 2020 Seneca city budget adopted
Health advisory upgrade for local lake
Court: Attorney can't claim immunity in wrongful conviction
Two injured in I-29 wreck
Click Here For All Stories

©2019 MSC News
Hiawatha, Ks 66434
EEO Public Report
Powered by Radio Media Group