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One hurt in two car crash Submitted: 04/04/2014

Shardaa Gray
Reporter/Anchor
sgray@wjfw.com

NEWBOLD - One person was sent to the hospital after two cars crashed Thursday night.

It happened on Highway 47 near Evergreen Court in Newbold.

The call came in around 10:15 Thursday night.

One person was transported to Ministry Saint Mary's hospital in Rhinelander.

We don't know what kind of condition they're in.

The highway was closed nearly an hour in both directions.

Police believe weather and road conditions caused the crash.

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