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​Rice County residents injured in K-14 collision

Four Rice County residents were injured when a car was rear-ended Saturday afternoon in Reno County, the Kansas Highway Patrol reports.
The accident occurred at 12:30 p.m. at K-14 and 56th Ave., four miles south of Nickerson. Both cars were southbound on K-14.
A Ford Contour driven by Maxine M. Eidson, 68, of Sterling, was stopped as she waited to make a left turn. It was struck by a Ford Focus driven by Sarah A. Poe, 18, of Lyons.
Eidson and passenger Harland G. Johnson, 66, also of Sterling, along with Poe and passenger Kylee N. Ingram, 20 ...


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