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Tuesday, October 13, 2015
2-vehicle crash on 89A sends 3 to hospitals; highway was closed more than 2 hours
Les Stukenberg/The Daily CourierRescue personnel work to free a 17-year-old Prescott Valley girl from her vehicle.
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Rescue personnel work to free a 17-year-old Prescott Valley girl from her vehicle.
PRESCOTT - A two-vehicle collision on Highway 89A northbound (eastbound) near Granite Dells Parkway Monday morning, Oct. 12, sent three people to area hospitals by medical helicopter.

About 10:15 a.m., a 17-year-old girl from Prescott Valley, driving a four-door sedan headed south (west), went off the road and crossed the center median, colliding with a pickup traveling the other direction, police said.

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