Minn. Mom Hurt In Kan. Crash Upgraded To Stable
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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota woman whose family was involved in a motor home crash in Kansas that killed five people and injured 13 has been upgraded to stable condition in a Kansas hospital.
Overland Park Regional Medical Center says 46-year-old Pauline Kerber of Jordan, Minn., is in stable condition. Her 17-year-old son, Adam Kerber, who was driving the RV, remains in critical condition there.
The hospital also released a statement from Pauline Kerber’s son, 24-year-old Russell Kerber, who was not involved in the crash. He says his family is deeply saddened but they take comfort in knowing the deceased have been reunited with his father, who died in 2006.
Another person injured in the accident, 2-year-old Payton M. Hammers, of Chaska, Minn., was released Monday.
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