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UTV wreck injures one
06/10/2018

(KAIR)--A Rushville woman required hospital care following a Saturday afternoon UTV accident on Atchison County's Rawlins Road.

Atchison County Sheriff Jack Laurie told MSC News a UTV, operated by 22-year-old William Owens III, hit the front of a road grader, being operated by 58-year-old Ronald Watowa, of Atchison, about a mile north of Potter.

A passenger in the UTV, 24-year-old Rebecca Jones, was thrown from the vehicle, and suffered what are identified as minor injuries.

She was transported to the Atchison Hosptial for treatment, and later released.

The wreck happened around 2:45 Saturday afternoon.

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