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Highway 83 Head On Collision Claims Two Lives
05/15/2012

The Kansas Highway Patrol reports two Garden City residents were killed early Tuesday morning after a head on collision on Highway 83 in Seward County.  Forty-two year old Yoh La Li and 42 year old Ma Khin both of Garden City both died early this morning.  The crash occurred at about 1 a.m. Tuesday morning at milepost 29 in 83.  Li was driving a 2004 Chrysler Town and Country south on 83 when the car went left of center and struck the northbound 1999 Ford Passenger Car driven by Khin head on north of Liberal.  Occupants of Li's vehicle received injuries from the crash.  Sixteen-year-old Rofada Da of Denver, 35-year-old Ah Pee of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and 16-year-old A Si Ma Be were all injured and taken to Southwest Medical Center in Liberal.  Li was pronounced dead at 4:09 a.m. and Khin was pronounced dead at 4:43 a.m. 

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