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One person dies in Worth County accident

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The Iowa State Patrol says one person has died in a collision in Worth County Monday afternoon.

The accident happened at the along Highway 9 near Balsam Avenue around 2:30 p.m. 27-year-old Amy Kofron, of Forest City, was driving east when a car traveling west crossed the center line and collided with Kofron's car. Three people were in the other car -- one died and two others were taken to a nearby hospital for their injuries.

Kofron was also taken to the hospital following the accident. The identity of the person who died is not being released at this time.

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