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Three hurt in 3 vehicle Nemaha Co wreck

Kansas Highway Patrol

(KMZA)--A three vehicle Sunday evening wreck in Nemaha County, Kansas, left three injured.

The Kansas Highway Patrol reports it happened on U.S. Highway 36 when a westbound vehicle, driven by 50-year-old Byron Brengman, of Anderson, Missouri, slowed down to make a turn.

As he did, his van was rear-ended by an SUV, driven by 50-year-old Jeffrey Reece, of Topeka. The crash caused Brengman's van to go into the eastbound lane, where it was hit by an eastbound semi, driven by 76-year-old Robert Ames, of Omaha, Nebraska.

Brengman suffered what the KHP called a suspected serious injury and was transported to Topeka's Stormont Vail for treatment

Ames suffered a suspected minor injury and was transported to Nemaha Valley Community Hospital, in Seneca.

Reece also suffered a suspected minor injury but was not transported.

Brengman was the only driver not buckled up when the wreck happened shortly before 8:00 Sunday night.

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