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Two women were treated in the emergency room of Richards Memorial Hospital following this 11:46 a.m. near head-on collision on US 77, just north of Forest Grove. State Trooper David Yarbrough said a southbound sport-utility vehicle driven by Debra Gunnels, 54, of Milano was attempting to make a u-turn across the highway when it was in collision with a Pontiac sedan occupied by two U. S. Army recruiters from Fort Hood. Gunnels, and the Pontiac driver, 34-year-old Monica Ragsdale, were treated at RMH. Ragsdale’s passenger, Desmin Henry, refused transport. Yarbrough said all three were using seat belts. Vehicle damage was termed “extensive.” 
Reporter/Mike Brown Two women were treated in the emergency room of Richards Memorial Hospital following this 11:46 a.m. near head-on collision on US 77, just north of Forest Grove. State Trooper David Yarbrough said a southbound sport-utility vehicle driven by Debra Gunnels, 54, of Milano was attempting to make a u-turn across the highway when it was in collision with a Pontiac sedan occupied by two U. S. Army recruiters from Fort Hood. Gunnels, and the Pontiac driver, 34-year-old Monica Ragsdale, were treated at RMH. Ragsdale’s passenger, Desmin Henry, refused transport. Yarbrough said all three were using seat belts. Vehicle damage was termed “extensive.” Reporter/Mike Brown

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