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Wreck on 6th St. injures one

AMARILLO - A head-on collision Saturday night sends one person to the hospital.

A sedan and pickup truck collided on 6th St. near The 806 Coffee Shop around 9:30.

Police say the two vehicles were traveling in opposite directions when they made contact.

The driver of the sedan was taken to Northwest Texas Hospital Systems with non-life threatening injuries.

Traffic in the area was delayed for about 45 minutes.

Police did not say if alcohol was a factor.
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