Three Children Injured When RV Goes Airborne

The children, ages 12, 11 and 8, were transported to the hospital in Ellsworth, KS.

The injured children were all riding in the cabin of the vehicle and were not wearing seatbelts. The driver of the vehicle was also transported to the hospital in Ellsworth, with a possible injury.

A fourth child was also in the cabin but did not suffer any injuries. An adult female, riding in the cab of the RV, was also uninjured in the automobile accident.

The driver and the adult female were both wearing seatbelts.

The accident happened at 2:48 p.m. on Sunday, July 10 about three miles northeast of Wilson, KS on I-70 in Ellsworth County.

The 2005 Discovery Motor Home was traveling east when it left the road. The vehicle then struck the median, and went airborne. It landed upright, on all four tires in the median.

Investigators are still determining the cause of the crash. The authorities have not identified the driver or the passengers in the RV, but everyone involved in the crash is from Sand Springs, OK.

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