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Hugoton Man Life Flighted to Wichita After Accident Passes Away
07/31/2012

A Hugoton man was taken to  the hospital and later died, after crashing a truck into a ditch Monday morning south of Ulysses.  Forty-three year old Jeffery Harris of Hugoton drove a 2005 Kansas Department of Transportation truck pullng a trailer north on K-25 11 miles south of Ulysses in Grant County.  The truck went off the side of the road and entered the east ditch.  Harris overcorrected and entered the west ditch.  The vehicle rolled 1.5 times and ended up on its passenger side.  Harris was injured and taken to Bob Wilson Memorial Hospital in Ulysses, was life flighted to Saint Francis Hospital in Wichita where he later passed away.  The crash occurred at 9:07 a.m. Monday morning. 

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