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Rogers man killed in Columbiana County crash

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ELK RUN TWP., Ohio - A Rogers, Ohio man was killed in a traffic accident in Columbiana County.

Troopers say 43-year-old Jack Artrup was killed Wednesday evening when his Ford Ranger pickup truck struck a guardrail and went down an embankment off Route 7 in Elk Run Township.

According to the highway patrol report, the truck struck several rocks and trees before rolling over.

A passenger in the truck, 45-year-old Pamela Bradds of Rogers was taken by medical helicopter to Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh. The report says Bradd's injuries are significant, but not life threatening.

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