Two injured in Kansas rollover crash caused by deer in road
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
Two people are in the hospital today, having suffered serious injuries after being involved in a single vehicle rollover crash in Franklin County, Kansas. The injury auto accident happened around 1 a.m. on Tuesday December 28, 2010 on K-68 highway south of Lawrence, Kansas. The the driver of the vehicle, 39 year-old Patricia Sleichter suffered a possibly catastrophic serious injury and was airlifted to Overland Park Regional Medical Center. Her passenger, 32 year-old Gerald Trinkle was taken by ambulance to the same hospital.
Trinkle told police that Sleichter swerved to avoid a deer that had ran out into the road.
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