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A Three Vehicle Accident In Haskell County Sends Two to the Hospital
11/28/2012

A three vehicle accident in Haskell County Wednesday morning closed Highway 83 for more than six hours and sent two to the hospital. The accident occurred at 9:30am Wednesday morning approximately 6 miles north of Sublette at mile marker 42, A 1993 Olds Cutlass being driven by Kenya Rudzik, 42, of Ulysses was stopped in traffic waiting to make a left turn onto County Road 120 when a2008 Peterbilt semi driven by Reymundo Estrada-Garcia, 31, of Garden City, rear ended the Rudzik vehicle, shoving her in front of a 1999 Kenworth semi driven by Jesus Alarcon-Perez, 29, of Liberal. Rudzik was initially taken to St. Catherines Hospital in Garden City, then later life watched to a Wichita hospital.  Alarcon-Perez was taken to the Satanta District Hospital to be treated for his injuries.  Estrada-Garcia was not injured. Perez-Alarcon was wearing his seatbelt, Rudzik was not. Highway 83 re-opened at approximately 3:45pm

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