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Three injured in Otoe County wreck

(KLZA)-- Three people were injured late Tuesday afternoon in a three-vehicle wreck at the intersection of Highways 50 and 128 in Otoe County.

The Otoe County Sheriff's Office incident report indicates a pickup, southbound on Highway 50 driven by 40-year-old Jake Topp of Tecumseh hit the back of a Chevy Traverse driven by 47-year-old Kelly Workman of Humboldt.

Workmans car, owned by the HTRS School District where she works, was stopped as she was preparing to make a turn onto Highway 128. The Topp pickup hit the vehicle Workman was driving from behind, pushing it into the north lane of traffic where she collided head-on with a Toyota 4-Runner driven by 32-year-old Jessica Meyer of Syracuse.

The Meyer vehicle left the roadway and slid down an embankment.

All three drivers were alone in the vehicles and all three were transported to the Syracuse Hospital with what were described as non-life threatening injuries.

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