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Two injured in Atchison Co ATV crash

Kansas Highway Patrol

(KNZA)--A late Saturday night Atchison County crash involving two all-terrain vehicles sent two people to the hospital.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says it happened on 206th Road about one mile west of Potter around 11:15.

The Patrol reports 22-year-old Cummings resident Krissy Hanshaw was driving an ATV westbound when she crested a hill and struck another ATV that was stopped facing westbound, causing her ATV to overturn. Hanshaw and her passenger, 13-year-old Kreyton Bauerlee of Lancaster, were ejected.

Both were transported to the University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City with unspecified injuries.

The driver of the second ATV, 18-year-old Cummings resident Ryan Hanshaw, was not hurt.

The Patrol says none of the occupants were wearing helmets.   


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