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Two Sabetha residents injured in Brown Co wreck

traffic crash

(KNZA)--Two Sabetha residents were injured in a two-vehicle Brown County wreck Sunday evening.

The Kansas Highway Patrol said the wreck happened shortly after 7:00 on U.S. 75 Highway at 260th Road.

According to the KHP report, a 1973 Volkswagen driven by 27-year-old Heidi Nichols was stopped waiting to turn left on to 260th Road when her vehicle was struck from behind by a semi-tractor trailer.

Nichols was transported to the Sabetha Community Hospital with suspected serious injuries.  

A passenger, 6-year-old Taya Mooney, was transported to Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, with suspected serious injuries. 

The semi driver, 36-year-old Haltom City, Texas resident Catrina Weathersett, was not hurt.



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