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Truck Driver Dies One Week After Being Released From Hospital
01/04/2010

Donnie Jennings, the truck driver from the Seward County Road and Bridge Department, who was involved in three semi accident that occurred on December 14, 2009, died at his home on New Years Day. Reports say an alleged blood clot broke free and went to his heart. Jennings had just been released from Wesley Medical Center in Wichita on Christmas Eve. Jennings was 42. For a complete obituary, go to the obituary section of kscbnews.net.

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A Three Vehicle Accident Sends A Seward County Road Department Worker To Hospital

12/14/2009

A three vehicle accident involving semi's, Monday afternoon at 2:00pm sends a truck driver from the Seward County Road Department to the hospital. Donny Jennings was driving a 1997 Kenworth semi south on US Highway 83 Monday afternoon when he struck the trailer of a 2009 Mack Truck at the US Highway 51 intersection, being driven by Jason Manning, 29, of Fairview Oklahoma. Jennings then struck a second semi, a 2008 Mack truck being driven by 28 year old Adam Buchanan also of Fairview Oklahoma. All three vehicles came to rest in the roadway. Jennings was transported to Southwest Medical Center in Liberal to be treated for his injuries. Manning and Buchanan were not injured. The highways were blocked for quite some time and traffic had to be re-routed.

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