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Jones County Crash

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JONES COUNTY (KWWL) - A two car crash leaves one person injured in Jones County.

The State Patrol says it happened on Highway 151 just before 4 p.m. According to crash reports, 77-year-old Donna Siebels, of Anamosa pulled out in front of another vehicle.

Siebels was taken to the hospital, no word on injuries.

 

Online Producer: Maria Magner

 

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