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Two injured in I-29 wreck

(KLZA)-- Two people were hospitalized following a wreck Wednesday afternoon about  three miles north of Craig, Missouri, on Interstate 29.

The Missouri Highway Patrol indicates a car operated by 59-year-old Ivy Williams of Florence, South Carolina was in the northbound lane, traveled off the west side of the road, crossed the median and struck the drivers side of a southbound pickup driven by 54-year-old Jackie Reasbeck of Lees Summit, Missouri.

The Williams car overturned, traveled off the west shoulder of the southbound lane before coming to a stop.

Williams and a passenger in his car were transported to Fairfax Community Hospital in Fairfax, Missouri by the Atchison-Holt Ambulance Service.

Williams suffered what were described as moderate injuries. The passenger, 52-year-old Catherine Miller, also of Florence, South Carolina suffered what were described as serious injuries. All three people involved were wearing safety devices at the time of the wreck.

The Holt County Sheriff's Department, Mound City Police Department and Craig Fire Department also responded to the scene of the wreck.

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