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Brown Co wreck sends two to hospital

(KNZA)--A late Monday morning two-vehicle Brown County wreck sent two people to the hospital.

Brown County Undersheriff Randy Linck says it happened shortly before 11:00 at the intersection of U.S. 36 Highway and West Oregon Street at the west edge of Hiawatha

Linck says 58-year-old Darle Watson, Jr., of Hiawatha, was driving a car southbound on U.S. 36 when he attempted to make a left turn onto West Oregon Street in front of a northbound pickup truck driven by 49-year-old Michael Goodman, of Hiawatha, and the vehicles collided.  The pickup overturned onto its side.

Goodman and a passenger in the Watson vehicle, 47-year-old Sabetha resident Christina Lewis, were transported to the Hiawatha Community Hospital.  Goodman received possible injuries and Lewis received unspecified injuries.  

Linck says Goodman was the only occupant not wearing a seatbelt.


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