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Four people hospitalized after 2-vehicle wreck on U.S. 59

LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) -

Four people were sent to the hospital Tuesday night after a two-vehicle wreck off Highway 59 South.

Officials at the scene say Hollie Wilsie, 17, of Diboll, attempted to make a left turn across Highway 59 South when she was T-boned by a Honda Accord driven by Pablito Meneses,43, of Katy.

State Trooper Chris Stanbery said Wilsie failed to yield when she was hit.

As a result, Meneses' vehicle drove off the road into a ditch southbound on Highway 59 South. Meneses, his wife and sister were taken by ambulance to CHI Saint Luke's Memorial in Lufkin with minor injures.

Hollie’s passenger, Heidi Wilsie, was also taken to CHI Saint Luke's by ambulance.

Heidi suffered from minor injuries. 

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