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One killed in collision on K-4 Highway
12/06/2017

(KNZA)--A two-vehicle collision Tuesday afternoon on K-4 Highway at the Shawnee/Jefferson County line claimed the life of a Topeka man.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says killed in the wreck was 67-year-old Thomas Prescott.

The Patrol says Prescott was northbound when a southbound SUV attempted to pass two slower vehicles to avoid a rear-end collision and struck his car head-on.

The driver of the SUV, 37-year-old Topeka resident Henry Carey, Jr., was transported to a Topeka hospital for the treatment of minor injuries.

The Patrol says both drivers were buckled up when the wreck occurred shortly after 4:30 Tuesday afternoon.

 

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