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Early Morning Seymour Crash Sends One Man To The Hospital

A Wisconsin man is in fair condition at United Regional following an early morning car crash in Seymour.

Police said a SUV traveling west of SH 114 ran into a parker semi-truck around 6:30, Tuesday morning. The semi was also facing West but parked off the roadway.

The SUV driver, Scott Burns, was carried by air evac to United Regional. The driver of the truck was not injured.

The accident is still under investigation.

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