Just after 3:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon, Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical received multiple reports of a major injury accident on K-10 near mile marker 11 in Eudora. Crews responded to find multiple vehicles involved.
One subject was pronounced deceased on the scene, a juvenile victim was found not breathing and two adult victims with life threatening injuries. All of the patients needed to be extricated from the vehicles that they were traveling in. Incident command requested two medical helicopters respond to the scene for patient transport.
LifeStar Medical Helicopter responded from Lawrence Municipal Airport and landed on the highway, causing the eastbound lanes to also be shut down. LifeNet Medical Helicopter was dispatched to the scene but was cancelled as it arrived over the scene.
All patients were transported to Kansas City area Trauma centers. Westbound lanes of K-10 are expected to be closed for an extended period of time for investigation and clean up. Kansas Highway Patrol is arriving to investigate the accidents cause.
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