Trooper: 2 Adults, 2 Children Hurt in Kansas Crash
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Authorities say two adults and two children were injured in a highway crash in Kansas City, Kansas. The Kansas Highway Patrol says a Mercedes SUV trying to change lanes ran into a Hyundai car on Sunday afternoon. Troopers say the SUV rolled multiple times and three of its four passengers were ejected. None was wearing seat belts. Thirty-eight-year-old SUV driver Julia Rivera was hospitalized along with a 48-year-old male passenger and two girls ages 2 and 11. Their conditions are unknown. The driver of the car wasn't injured. She was wearing a seat belt. The patrol is investigating the crash.