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Three Utah Residents Hospitalized After Deadly Crash

Three Utah Residents Hospitalized After Deadly Crash

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(Topeka, Kansas-AP) -- Three people remain hospitalized this morning following a deadly two-vehicle crash in Kansas.

Forty-three-year-old Sherri Price of Pleasant Grove, Utah, her 12-year-old son, Larsen, and eight-year-old daughter, Mary, were injured in Wednesday's crash on Interstate 70 near Topeka (toh-PEEK'-uh).

Five other children were treated and released.

Authorities say a 1994 Honda with Colorado license plates blew a tire, sped through the median and crashed into the Prices' minivan.

Eighteen-year-old Samuel Adams and 19-year-old Jennifer Goodhue of Louisville, Kentucky, were in the Honda. Both died at the scene.

It's not clear why their vehicle had Colorado plates.

Family members say the teens had been dating for about three years.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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