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3 teens injured in Jackson County crash

JACKSON COUNTY, IL (KFVS) -

Three teens were injured in a crash Thursday evening in rural Jackson County.

According to the Jackson County Sheriff's Office, just after 6 deputies received a call about a one-vehicle crash in the Highway 3 and Kings Ferry Road area.

A white car had left the road, hit a ditch and overturned into a field.

The car was driven by a 16-year-old male with two 16-year-old passengers.

All three had injuries from the crash and were taken to a local hospital.

None of the injuries were considered to be life threatening.

Evidence showed the car had damage to the front passenger tire causing the driver to lose control.

No citations were issued.

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