North-central Suv School Crash Kansas Murders 5th-grader: A fifth-grade kid was killed after a school SUV rolled east of Mankato on Friday morning, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.
A Rock Hills USD 107 Chevrolet Suburban was collecting up pupils on the regular school route at around 7:30 in the morning. With a driver and five kids inside, it was traveling north on Randall Road.
The SUV reportedly entered the east ditch about a mile south of U.S. Highway 36, according to the patrol officers. Before re-entering the road, it passed through the ditch. The SUV swerved and wrecked, according to the KHP, when it re-entered the road. In the west ditch, it came to rest on top.
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The fifth-grader passed away, but “all others are okay,” according to KHP Trooper Ben Gardner. Although the victim’s family has been informed, the KHP has withheld the victim’s name.
In a post on social media, Gardner stated that “The Kansas Highway Patrol is MOST concerned with offering SUPPORT and CLARITY to those directly engaged.”
To aid in the investigation, the KHP Critical Highway Accident Response Team arrived. The KHP had the driver’s age recorded as 43 by late Friday afternoon. She was rushed to the hospital because she might have suffered a small injury.
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According to the revised KHP report, juvenile data are confidential and will not be made public. A statement is being prepared by USD 107. As new information becomes available, we will update this article.