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Clark Co. Crash Sends 13 to hospitalSubmitted: 02/11/2013

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NEILLSVILLE - Slick roads sent 13 people to the hospital in Clark County Sunday afternoon.

The-three car crash happened around 3:30 p.m. on Highway 10 between Neillsville and Fairchild.

A car going east lost control in the slush and sideswiped a car going west. That car then hit another westbound vehicle head-on.

13 people between the three cars went to the hospital.

Some of them are still in critical condition.

Police shut down the highway until around 8 p.m.



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