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Three injured in Jackson Co wreck

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(KNZA)--A two-vehicle wreck in Jackson County early Saturday afternoon sent three men to the hospital.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says it happened shortly after 12:30 at the intersection of U.S. 75 Highway and 198th Road, south of Holton.

The Patrol says a pickup driven by 45-year-old Travis Bowser, of Topeka, was westbound on 198th Road when he failed to yield and his vehicle was struck by a southbound car on U.S. 75 driven by 19-year-old Skyler Zinkle, of Tecumseh, Kansas.

Bowser was transported to the Holton Community Hospital.  Zinkle and a passenger in his car, 19-year-old Shawnee resident Zachary Hill, were both transported to Topeka's Stormont-Vail Hospital.  

The Patrol says all three were buckled up when the wreck occurred.      


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