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Leavenworth woman injured in NW MO crash

(KNZA)--A Leavenworth woman escaped serious injury in a two-vehicle weather-related wreck on Interstate-29 in St. Joseph Sunday evening.

The Missouri Highway Patrol reports 52-year-old Betty Sage was entering southbound I-29 from westbound U.S. 36 when the wreck happened around 8:00.

The Patrol says Sage lost control of her vehicle on the ice and snow covered roadway and slid into the path of a southbound semi-tractor trailer.   Her vehicle struck the driver’s side front fender of the semi and skidded off the roadway where it struck a guardrail.

Sage was transported by ambulance to Mosaic Life Care in St. Joseph for the treatment of minor injuries.

The semi driver from British Columbia was not hurt.


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