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Quincy driver hits utility pole on 10th Street

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A Quincy man was injured when his car hit a utility pole at 227 N. 10th at 8:46 a.m. Saturday.

David W. DeMoss, 39, of 5435 Glencrie Drive, was taken to Blessing Hospital for treatment.

The Quincy Police Department reported that DeMoss was driving a 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora north on 10th when he experienced a medical condition. The car veered left onto the curb and hit the pole.

DeMoss was ticketed on a charge of improper driving.

 

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