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Low Visibility on Haskell County Road Causes Crash
11/09/2010

Low visibility due to dust on a Haskell County road helped land two Sublette men in the hospital after a crash yesterday. Sublette natives forty-two year old Brian Tatman and 52 year old Rafael Carrion received injuries. A 2003 semi tractor was northbound on Haskell County Road HH and met another truck which was southbound. The semi pulled to the edge of the road to allow another vehicle to pass. Tatman was driving a passenger truck directly behind the vehicle that passed and due to low visibility from the dirt, hit the semi head on. Tatman was taken to Via Christi Hospital in Wichita. Carrion was Tatman's passenger and was taken to St. Catherine's Hospital in Garden City with injuries. The crash occurred at about 11:15 Monday morning 10 miles north and five miles west of Sublette.

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