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One person injured in Holt County wreck

(KLZA)--One person was injured in a two-vehicle wreck early Friday morning on Interstate 29 about three miles north of Craig.

The Missouri Highway Patrol reports a car driven by 42-year-old Jonathan McDonald of Wahpeton, North Dakota was southbound when the rear driver side duals on a unity he was pulling detached, crossed the median and struck the front drivers side of a northbound car.

The northbound vehicle was driven by 38-year-old Sherri Johnson of Oregon, Missouri. Johnson's car travled into the median and came to rest.   Her car was totaled.

Johnson was transported by the Atchison Holt Ambulance Service to Mosaic Life Care Hospital in St. Joseph with what were described as moderate injures.

McDonald was not injured and his vehicle sustained only minor damage.  

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