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Crash Sends 3 Adults to Hospital

KSAL StaffNovember 29, 2018

A Salina woman was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after being trapped in her Jeep following a two vehicle crash on Wednesday.

According to Saline County Sheriff Roger Soldan, 75-year-old Margie Blaske was extricated from her Jeep Liberty, after colliding with a Ford Taurus driven by 61-year-old Susan Davis of New Cambria.

Deputies say Blaske attempted to turn left in front of Davis’ car at the intersection of Simpson Road and Crawford Street at about 11:20am Wednesday. The impact sent the Jeep rolling down the embankment, trapping Blaske.

Davis and her passenger, 67-year-old Keith Davis were also hurt in the accident and taken to Salina Regional Health Center with non-life threatening injuries.

Photo Courtesy of Saline Co. Sheriff’s Office


Both the 2004 Jeep Liberty and 2016 Ford Taurus had major damage.

All three adults were wearing seat belts.

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