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11 involved in 2-vehicle collision Sunday afternoon in KCMO

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Posted at 3:27 PM, Feb 04, 2024
and last updated 2024-02-05 10:58:01-05

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Eleven people were involved in a crash Sunday afternoon in Kansas City, Missouri.

Emergency crews responded around 1:30 p.m. to Raytown Road between East 87th Street and East 90th Terrace.

A spokesperson with the KCMO Fire Department said multiple extractions were needed.

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Investigation into the incident led police to determine a white GMC Acadia and a blue Chevy Malibu were traveling south on Raytown Road at a "high rate of speed."

The Chevy left the roadway to the right and struck a tree, and the GMC left the roadway to the right and rolled over.

Police said seven people were inside the Chevy, including two toddlers who were ejected out of the vehicle and two others who were not properly restrained.

One toddler sustained life-threatening injuries, one toddler sustained critical injuries and two were seriously injured, per KCPD.

KCPD said the driver, who was critically injured, is under investigation for possible impairment.

Additionally, the adult in the passenger seat was seriously injured, and the teen in the back seat sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

Inside the GMC, four people, including the driver, sustained injuries ranging from "minor to serious," per police.

The Raytown Fire Protection District reported eight ambulances were called to respond to the scene.