OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) _ A Minnesota woman and her 17-year old son who were injured in a motor home crash that killed five family
members have returned home from Kansas, where the accident
Overland Park Regional Medical Center said in a statement Tuesday that 46-year-old Pauline Kerber has been released from the hospital and gone home to Jordan, Minn. Her son Adam Kerber has been transferred to a hospital closer to Jordan.
The mother and son were among 13 people injured April 1 when
their recreational vehicle hit a guardrail and a concrete bridge rail on Interstate 35 near the northeastern Kansas town of Williamsburg.
Five family members, ages 10 through 25, died in the crash. Several other people who were injured have also been released from hospitals.
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