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September 26, 2012

Three hurt in two separate wrecks

By CHRIS AGEE | cagee@mineralwellsindex.com

Two individuals involved in a four-vehicle crash Tuesday received treatment for unspecified injuries.

The collision happened around 1 p.m. near the intersection of N.E. 27th Avenue and N.E. 2nd Street.

According to witness reports, the driver of a Dodge Ram was traveling eastbound on N.E. 2nd Street and failed to stop at a stop sign.

An Isuzu Rodeo heading north on N.E. 27th Avenue struck the truck, sending the Dodge into a third vehicle, a Ford Windstar.

A police officer on the scene confirmed a fourth vehicle was involved in the crash, noting it received minor damage and was driven away from the scene.

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