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Garden City Man Dies In Rollover Accident
07/11/2010

An accident caused by not stopping for a stop sign leaves 70 year-old Lanny Harvey dead after a 1997 Mercury Grand Marquis driven by Matthew Richardson, 23, crashed into his truck that was pulling a trailer.

The incident occured shortly after 6 o'clock Saturday evening outside of Garden City at the intersection of Schulman Avenue and Farmland, about one mile north of K50 Highway.

The two vehicles rolled and both landed in the southwest ditch on Schulman Avenue.

71 year-old Betty Harvey was life flighted to Via Christi Hospital in Wichita. The other two passengers in the vehicle, Todd and Cynthia Harvey of Castle Rock, Colorado, were taken to St. Catherine's Hospital in Garden City. Cynthia Harvey was not injured in the accident.

Richardson was also taken to St. Catherine's Hospital in Garden City.

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