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Crash sends one to hospitalSubmitted: 07/26/2013
Story By Lauren Stephenson

Crash sends one to hospital
ELCHO - A crash sent one man to the hospital Friday afternoon.

It happened around 3:30 on Highway 45, near the Langlade-Oneida County line.

A pick up truck headed northbound crossed the center line.

A car heading southbound narrowly missed the truck.

The truck went off the road into the woods and side-swiped a tree.

The man driving the truck was alert but was taken to the hospital to get checked out.

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