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Verbatim: 2 injured in Sunday evening crash

A report received Monday morning:

Noble County Emergency Personnel responded to a personal injury accident at 1796 N State Road 9, in Albion Indiana, at approximately 8:26 p.m. Sunday evening.

A gray 2002 Chevrolet truck driven by Dakota Filley, age 20 of Albion, was traveling South on State Road 9.

A black 2007 Ford truck driven by Dylan Jellison age 20 of Albion, was traveling north on State Road 9.

The two vehicles collided in the roadway, sending the Chevrolet truck off of the roadway.

A passenger in the 2002 Chevrolet truck, Kylie Stocksdale, age 18 of New Haven, and the driver Dakota Filley were taken to Parkview Regional Medical Center for injuries sustained during the accident.

Stocksdale complained of injuries to her head and face. Filley sustained injuries to his torso. Their status is currently unknown.

Jellison signed off of medical care at the scene.

This accident is still under investigation through the Noble County Sheriff's Department and Indiana State Police.

Assisting at the scene were Albion Fire Department, Albion Police Department, and Noble County EMS.

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