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One Injured In Nemaha Co KS Crash
02/23/2012

A two vehicle injury crash, happening Tuesday night,  is reported by the Nemaha County Sheriff's Department.
According to the accident report, 19-year-old Goff resident Mike Flewelling was eastbound on K-9 Highway when he attempted to turn onto S road.
When he made the maneuver, his vehicle turned in front of a westbound vehicle, on the highway, driven by 18-year-old Mitchell Sowers, of Goff.
The impact of the crash led to injuries for a passenger with Flewelling.
17-year-old Patrick Brown, of Wetmore, was transported by ambulance to the Holton Hospital for treatment.

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