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One killed in NW MO wreck

(KLZA)-- An Alaska man is dead and two Tarkio, Missouri residents were hospitalized with serious injuries following a wreck Monday evening about three miles north of Fairfax, Missouri. 

The Missouri Highway Patrol reports two vehicles collided head-on on US Highway 59 just south of the Route TT at approximately 8:00 P.M. 

28-year-old Jeremy Legg of Anchorage, Alaska was southbound on 59 in a Buick Le Sabre that traveled into to path of a northbound Chrysler Pacifica driven by 65-year-old Glenn Rolf of Tarkio.  

Jeremy Legg was pronounced dead at the scene of the wreck by the Atchison County Coroner. 

Glenn Rolf  and a passenger 64-year-old Barbara Rolf were transported by the Atchison-Holt EMS to Fairfax Community Hospital with serious injuries.   Both Glenn and Barbara Rolf were wearing safety devices at the time of the wreck,  Jeremy Legg was not.  

Both vehicles were totaled. 

The Atchison County Sheriff's Office assisted at the scene of the wreck. 

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