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Five injured in Marshall Co wreck
07/15/2019

traffic crash

(KMZA)--A Sunday afternoon two-vehicle Marshall County wreck sent five people to the hospital.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says it happened at the intersection of U.S. 36 and K-99, south of Beattie.

The Patrol says 27-year-old Patrice Nunez Periss-Mone, of Junction City, was southbound on K-99 when she failed to yield to a eastbound semi-tractor trailer on U.S. 36 and her van was struck by the semi.

Nunez Periss-Mone and four passengers in her van, all from Winnebago, Nebraska, were transported to Community Memorial Healthcare, in Marysville, with what the Patrol described as possible injury.  They included two children, ages 1 and 3.

A fifth passenger in the van, from Omaha, was not hurt.

Also the semi driver, 49-year-old Idaho Falls, Idaho resident Brion Hand, escaped injury.

The wreck was reported shortly before 2:30 Sunday afternoon.   

 

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