Two Die In Head-On Collision North Of Hecker

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Two persons died in a head-on collision late Thursday night, Oct. 10, along Rt. 159 between Hecker and Smithton. The accident took place at 11 p.m. near the along Rt. 159 near the intersection of Brick School Road. The deceased are Ariah Claybrone, 24, of Memphis, Tenn., and James Ellis Jr., 49, of Hecker. Ellis …

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