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Car Crash on Kemp & Kell

     A man driving his red pickup truck crashed into a pole at the intersection of Kemp and Kell just after midnight.
     The driver was heading the wrong way on highway two seventy seven when he flew of an embankment, drove across kemp, and crashed his car into a pole then spinning his car into the turn heading toward Kell east.
     The man had minor injuries and was still capable of speaking when police arrived on the scene.
     No one else was hit or injured in the accident and police have not said if alcohol was involved.

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