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Second wreck on Hwy 11 injures one

Three cars were involved in a wreck at the Forrest/Jones County line. Photo Credit: WDAM Three cars were involved in a wreck at the Forrest/Jones County line. Photo Credit: WDAM
JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

A second wreck sent one person to the hospital on Highway 11 at the Jones/Forrest County line Thursday. 

The wreck occurred in the same spot where two trucks collided Thursday morning. 

MOBILE USERS: Click here for photos from the accident. 

The second wreck involved two cars and a tow truck.

Jones County Sheriff's Department, Moselle Fire, and the Mississippi Highway Patrol all responded to the scene.

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