A car crash in western Iowa left a local school leader hurt and killed his wife and son. Officials say slick roads are to blame for the crash, which happened three miles east of Woodbine at about 9:15 last night. Killed in the crash were Myra Hazard, a fifth-and-sixth-grade teacher at Woodbine, and her teenage son, James. James was a senior at Woodbine High School. Doctor Terry Hazard, the Woodbine superintendent, was injured in the crash. He was taken to an Omaha hospital. The family was returning from a basketball game in Manning last night.
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