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Sabetha man killed in Thursday wreck

(KAIR)--A Sabetha man is dead, killed Thursday night in a head-on Doniphan County crash.

The Kansas Highway Patrol identifies the victim as 22-year-old Isaiah Creek, who died when his pickup truck collided with a semi-truck, less than a half mile west of Half Mound Road, in western Doniphan County.

According to the KHP report, Creek was eastbound in the westbound lane of U.S. Highway 36 when he collided with the westbound semi, driven by 52-year-old Michael Roskelley, of Neosho, Missouri.

Roskelley received what the KHP called suspected minor injuries and was treated at the scene.

The fatal wreck happened shortly before 10:00 Thursday night, and left a portion of the highway closed well into Friday morning as crews cleaned up the wreckage.

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