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Three people were injured in an accident on Interstate 80 near the Waverly interchange around noon Sunday. 

A semi truck carrying frozen meat and heading east on the interstate went across the median into the westbound lanes and hit a white Suburban, according to Nebraska State Patrol report on the crash. 

The semi, owned by KLLM Transport Services, continued into the ditche and rolled onto its side, according to the report. 

The driver of the truck, Princewill Dabrinze, 45, of Texas; and the driver and passenger in the van, Robert and Joan Harlan, both 78, of Atlantic, Iowa, were taken to Bryan Medical Center West. 

Robert and Joan Harlan were both listed in serious condition Sunday evening and Dabrinze was in fair condition, according to a hospital spokesperson. 

The initial accident report did not list any reasons for the crash. 

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Nancy Hicks reports on Lincoln city government, but she’s been following the leaders of local and state government for more than 40 years.

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