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Man injured in overpass accident

JONEBORO, AR (KAIT) - A man is injured after losing control on a slick overpass Thursday morning.

According to Jonesboro police, the man was headed south on Highway 63 when he lost control of his truck on the overpass.  He then went into the grass, hit a guard rail and flipped.

The man was wearing his seat belt and only received an injury to his back.

Police say the overpass was slick at the time of the accident.

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