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3/20/06

Five Injured in Rollover Crash

Five people are being treated for injuries after a two vehicle collision near Wolfforth. The driver of a van apparently turned left in front of a Chevy Blazer at F-M 179 and 20th street just before 7 p.m. Monday.

The impact caused the blazer to roll and hit 15-year-old Sean Pierce who was walking along the highway to his house. Both Pierce and the driver of the blazer, 55-year-old Elaine Flynn are in stable condition at Covenant.

The driver of the van, 48-year-old Kathy Talbott and her passengers, 16-year-old Kaylea and 10-year-old Lillea Talbott are still being evaluated in the UMC emergency room.

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