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4 Injured In Haskell County Crash
01/05/2014

A Haskell County sheriff's deputy was injured in an accident Saturday evening.The accident happened on Highway 160 near the Haskell Grant County line. The sheriff's office says the deputy, Gary Neal Johnson Jr., was responding to an accident at the time of the crash and collided with a 2012 Denali being driven by Nicholas Allen York, 28, of Sublette. The York vehicle was traveling east bound on US 160 attempting to make a left turn onto Haskell County Road JJ. Johnson made an evasive maneuver to the right attempting to avoid the Denali when the two vehicles collided nearly head on. York, Johnson and two passengers in the York vehicle, Julie Diane York, 28, and Makenzie York, 8 months old, were all taken to St. Catherine’s Hospital in Garden City to be treated for possible injuries. All four individuals were wearing their seatbelts.
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