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Rural Eudora man taken to hospital after rollover accident

June 13, 2010

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An 18-year-old rural Eudora man was taken to a Kansas City-area hospital Sunday morning after a rollover accident southeast of Lawrence.

According to Sgt. Steve Lewis with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, police were dispatched around 7 a.m. to the 800 block of E. 1650 Rd. Casey George was driving northbound in a two-door passenger car when he was in a rollover accident and ejected from the car. He was transported via ambulance to a Kansas City-area hospital.

George was listed in stable condition at Overland Park Regional Hospital later Sunday morning.

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juststrugglin 3 years, 10 months ago

Good luck with getting more county sheriff patrols, I live on the Kansas Speed way,(15th Street). You have the "outhouse", short cut to Lawrence/Eudora and now to I-70. There is not enough officers to go around and then there is the ones that would rather hang out at a buddies house, instead of patroling. But that is a whole other story. I hope this young man makes a full recovery, regardless if he was wearing a seat belt or not.

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cigard 3 years, 10 months ago

I live aobut 300yrd north of the wreck. Over the last few years we have seen our share of tragic accidents. This part of the road, that I call the "Lawernce/Baldwin Speedway", is straight with a couple of gentle hills. With all the bicycles, motorycles, pickup trucks and heavy trucks speeding past my front door all day & night, I'm actually quite surprised there aren't more wrecks. We need to widen the road and get more county sheriff patrols for speeders.

Crc

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Lenette Hamm 3 years, 10 months ago

I love the way this went from a report about a young man being injured to arguments over seat belts. Please... regardless of what happened, do ANY of you give a damn about him? This happened right in front of my house. It's a shame, no matter how you look at it and I hope he'll recover.

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Starlight 3 years, 10 months ago

Any driver ignorant enough to not wear their seatbelt should be arrested and jailed for reckless endangerment of the general public. If they become a bonafide Darwin Award candidate hopefully they won't have passed along their moronic genes beforehand. If you aren't secured behind the wheel you can't maintain control of the vehicle, especially from the passenger floor, backseat or in the ditch while your car travels on. Why are people so perpetually stupid about this??

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beerbaron03 3 years, 10 months ago

Is that the bit of road just south of K10?

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cg920home 3 years, 10 months ago

Do you two wear your set belts when you are in a car? Do you know the kid? I do, so do everyone a favor and shut up if you don't know him or what happened. Most men/boys, I know don't wear a set belt. So unless the two of you wear a set belt, you have no room to talk. He is a good kid, he doesn't need someone, that doesn't know him, talking about him after an accident. So next time you want to comment on something you know nothing about, think twice. It could be you or your family that is getting talked about on the internet. A long time friend or the family!!!!

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beobachter 3 years, 10 months ago

Odds are with seat belt on, he wouldn't have been ejected. Plain common sense, which is now mandated by state law. Not sure of exact date, but definitely by July 1st.

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