Sheriff: 2 adults, 2 children injured in Kansas crash
Kansas Highway Patro is investigating Tuesday’s violent crash photo courtesy of WIBW TV
JACKSON COUNTY – Four people, including two children, were seriously injured in an accident shortly after 7:30 a.m. Tuesday in Jackson County.
The Kansas Highway Patrol reported that an Infiniti G5 driven by Wayne A. Dunn, 83, Lyndon, in 2005 was traveling north on US 75 at 158th Road.
View of the crash damage to the Infiniti G5 – photo courtesy of WIBW TV
The car hit a Ford F150 heading east in 2003 driven by Rachael Louise McCoy, 29, of Holton. According to Tim Morse, the Jackson County Sheriff, she was kicked out of the pickup truck.
EMS transported McCoy, Dunn and two children in the pickup identified as Dililah Anderson (10) and Wyatt E. McCoy (7) from Holton to Stormont Vail in Topeka.
According to the KHP, the occupants of the pickup were not buckled up.