A Salina man remains in a Kansas City, Kan., hospital with critical injuries a day after being involved in an accident while riding atop the Cat Tracker bus.
University of Kansas Hospital spokesman Dennis McCulloch said Sunday that a man identified by the Salina Journal as former sports reporter Chris Orr remained in critical condition Sunday afternoon at the hospital.
Orr's family was not prepared to comment on the accident near an overpass in the 1700 block of Iowa Street that killed another person Saturday afternoon before the KU-Kansas State University football game at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence.
Orr was flown by air ambulance to the hospital shortly after the accident Saturday.
Lawrence Police Sgt. Michael Monroe said late Sunday that the case had been turned over to detectives and that he had no further information to release, including the name of the other victim.
The Cat Tracker bus, used for years by K-State football fans to travel to and from games, is owned by Manhattan attorney and developer Robert Pottroff, according to the most recent available state records.
Those records show the business was incorporated as Kat Tracker Promo's LLC but last filed an annual report in 1993.
Pottroff also is associated with Skyscapes of Lawrence LLC, the development company working to build mixed-use property near 12th and Indiana streets, the current location of Yello Sub, The Crossing and other businesses and residential housing.
Pottroff could not be reached for comment Sunday.