Ten Year old killed in Western Kansas Accident

KSCB News - July 4, 2012 10:02 am

A 10-year-old Nebraska boy was killed and four others were hurt in a one vehicle accident in Stanton County Tuesday. The accident happened after 3:30 p.m. on U.S. Highway 160, eleven miles west of Johnson.

The Kansas Highway Patrol said a car driven by Danica Ward, 22, of Laramie, Wyoming, ran off the right side of the highway. The car rolled, coming to rest on the passenger side.

Camden Ward, 10, of Lexington, NE was killed in the accident. Danica Ward, Emmalee Ward, 3, Benjamin Ward, 7, and three-month old Aubree Ward were taken to Stanton County Hospital for treatment.

Troopers said the boy killed in the accident was the only one not wearing a safety restraint.


 

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