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Grove Man Killed In Car Wreck

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A 24-year-old Grove man is killed in a three car wreck near Fairland Friday afternoon.

Bryan James Richardson died from his injuries.  The two other drivers involved in the crash on State Highway 125 were not injured.

According to Highway Patrol Troopers, all three vehicles were northbound on the highway about three miles south of Fairland.

The report indicates Richardson was trying to pass the two vehicles when the driver of the second car in line also decided to pass the first.  That's when Richardson swerved to miss the car and lost control of his pickup.  

The truck left the road, then swerved back onto the road and hit the second vehicle.  It continued on for approximately 200 feet and overturned, hit a fence and came to a rest of the driver's side.

The second vehicle also went hit the vehicle in the front.

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