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Jackson County crash injures one
09/06/2019

(KNZA)--One person was injured following a Friday afternoon Jackson County crash that left motorists rerouted into the early evening.

According to a release from Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse, it happened at K-9 and U.S. Highway 75, when a Ford Focus was attempting to turn west onto K-9 from Highway 75. As the driver attempted the turn, the car was struck in the rear by a Dodge van.

The Kansas Highway Patrol report states that the driver of the van, 66-year-old Roberta Pike, of Stafford, Kansas, did not see that the car, driven by 65-year-old Corning resident, Dorothy Taylor, had come to a stop.

According to Morse, firefighters and EMS extricated Taylor from the car. She was then transported by Jackson County EMS to Topeka’s Stormont Vail Regional Medical Center.

Although initially treated for life threatening injuries, Morse said Taylor’s condition was later listed as stable.

Pike was not hurt.

According to the KHP, both drivers were buckled up when the wreck happened shortly after 3:45 Friday afternoon.

The roadway reopened shortly after 5:15.

 

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