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Crime Kansas Man Went to Wreck Scene to Find Wife, 4 Kids Killed

10:06  27 september  2020
10:06  27 september  2020 Source:   thedailybeast.com

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A Kansas man returned home from work on Friday evening with his 10-year-old to find that his wife and four other kids had not yet returned from a Soon after, he got a call from a friend about a terrible car crash near the house and rushed to the scene , where he learned his family’s car had collided with

First responders soon arrived and found that the four children, who remain unidentified, were dead at the scene . Those traveling in the car don't appear to be Kansas residents, authorities said. The identities of the mother and the man traveling in the car had not been released as of Friday morning.

A Kansas man returned home from work on Friday evening with his 10-year-old to find that his wife and four other kids had not yet returned from a trip to buy groceries as expected.

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Soon after, he got a call from a friend about a terrible car crash near the house and rushed to the scene, where he learned his family’s car had collided with a truck that blew a stop sign.

His wife, Jessica Noel, 32, had been instantly killed, along with three of the children, 10-year-old Anaiah, 4-year-old Jeffrey, and 4-month-old Hank, according to a GoFundMe for the family.

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The Kansas Highway Patrol is investigating a crash that left four children dead and their mother injured after a car was Four children under the age of 8 were killed when a car drove into a pond in north-central Kansas on Thanksgiving day The site of the wreck was just south of the Nebraska state line.

Kansas man is charged with killing his ex-girlfriend and two of her children, aged 10 and 14, whose bodies were found after a house fire. Firefighters found the bodies of the woman and children inside her home in the 100 block of North Mill Street early Monday.

Their 23-month-old, Mack, was the only survivor.

“Jeff proceeded to Wesley Medical Center where he waited for hours to find out that [Mack] was very critical, but fighting,” the GoFundMe says. The toddler “fought hard but succumbed to his injuries” on Saturday.

Authorities said Noel was returning home when a grain truck went through the stop sign at the intersection. Her Ford Expedition slammed into the trailer and was essentially torn into two pieces.

The driver of the truck was not injured, the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office said. It was not clear if he would face any charges.

In a statement released to TV station KSN, a relative said: “My heart and my family are broken over the loss of my sister-in-law and my four nieces and nephews. There are just no words….We are taking it one day at a time.”

Read more at The Daily Beast.

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