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Minor injuries reported in Monday wreck
07/10/2018

(KAIR)--Minor injuries are the reported outcome of a two vehicle, Monday afternoon Atchison wreck.

Atchison Police Chief Mike Wilson said it happened at 5th and Q Street, around 3:00.

Wilson said it occurred when a Chevy Cavalier, southbound on 5th Street, was struck by a Honda Accord, that failed to yield when eastbound on Q Street.

The driver of the Cavalier, 31-year-old Atchison resident Buffy Tatman, and her 6-year-old passenger, were both treated at the scene by Atchison County EMS.

They were later taken to the Atchison Hospital by private vehicle.

The driver of the Accord, 16-year-old Madison Helton, of Nortonville, was not hurt.

She was cited for failure to yield.

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