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Zephyr Cove man hurt in Dayton accident

Nick Coltrain/Nevada AppealKenneth Isaac's black Lexus at the site of an accident west of Dayton on Tuesday.

MINDEN. Nev. – A Zephyr Cove resident was hospitalized in a two-vehicle accident at Highway 50 and Dayton Hill on Tuesday afternoon.

Kenneth Woolsey Isaac, 48, was westbound in a 2009 black Lexus when he crossed into the eastbound lanes, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.

Isaac’s Lexus collided with a 2005 Chevrolet Equinox driven by Gustavo Galindo Cordova, 83, of Silver Springs.

NHP trooper Danny Lopez reported Isaac was taken by Care Flight helicopter to Renown Medical Center, where he was admitted. Cordova was taken to Carson Tahoe Hospital by ground ambulance for nonlife threatening injuries.

Investigators are looking at a medical issue as a possible cause for the accident.

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