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Emergency vehicle wreck investigated in Jackson Co

(KAIR)--A Sunday afternoon Jackson County crash, that involved an emergency vehicle and left two injured, remains under investigation.

That's according to a release, issued by Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse, who says his Deputies responded to 158th and Q. Roads, near Mayetta, following the report of an injury wreck shortly after 1:30 Sunday afternoon.

When they arrived, Deputies found that a northbound Chevrolet Tahoe, belonging to the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Police Department, en route to an emergency, had struck a Chevrolet Impala that had been westbound on 158th Road.

According to Morse, two of the four occupants of the Impala were transported to a Topeka hospital for treatment, with one of the two possibly suffering serious injuries.

The wreck remains under the investigation of the Jackson County Sheriff's Office.

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