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UPDATE: 3 taken to hospital in crash south of Denver

BREMER COUNTY (KWWL) -

Authorities have released the names of three people taken to a hospital following a crash in Bremer County Friday night.  Deputies say three vehicles were involved in the crash on Highway 63, just south of Denver around 4:30 p.m. Deputies say Ronny Lewis of Meadville, Mo. was headed south when it hit the back of a car driven by Billie Ebaugh of Denver.  They say Ebaugh's vehicle then crossed the median and was hit by a northbound vehicle driven by Aleta Alexander of Waterloo.  Their conditions have not been released.  Deputies say charges are pending.

 

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