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Rollover wreck claims one life
06/11/2018

(KAIR)--One person is confirmed dead following what Atchison County authorities identify as a rollover wreck, near Cummings.

Atchison County Sheriff Jack Laurie tells MSC News the victim is identified as 65-year Thomas Holland, of Atchison.

It's believed the wreck occurred shortly before 6:00 Monday morning and was discovered shortly after 8:00.

Holland was found to be unresponsive inside his pickup truck, and was declared dead when Atchison County EMS arrived on the scene.

Laurie says the investigation shows that Holland's truck exited the south side of U.S. Highway 59, west of McPherson Road, crossed through a field, and rolled over, in a ditch, just past 231st Road, near 13800 Front Street, in Cummings.

The investigation is continuing.

 

 

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