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Woman killed in Pottawatomie Co crash

(KMZA)--An early Friday morning Pottawatomie County head-on collision claimed the life of a Belvue woman.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says killed in the crash on U.S. 24 Highway about two miles west of St. Marys was 54-year-old Kathy Cummings.

The Patrol reports for an unknown reason a pickup truck driven by 19-year-old Joseph McIntrye, of St. Marys, was traveling westbound in the eastbound lane when he struck a SUV driven by Cummings head-on.

Cummings was pronounced dead at the scene.

McIntrye was transported to Topeka's Stormont-Vail Hospital with suspected minor injury.

The Patrol says both drivers were buckled up when the wreck occurred shortly after 7:15.

The wreck closed down a portion of Highway 24 for about 7 hours.         


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