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Vehicle Strikes Trees; Injures Two Teens in Johnson County

A one-vehicle wreck in Johnson County sent two teenagers to a Kansas City hospital Thursday morning.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported the accident just before 11:00, on NW 100 Road just west of NW 1821 Road.

According to the online crash report, an eastbound 2009 Ford traveled off the road, struck a fence, and then struck two trees.

The driver, 16-year old Madison V. McDaniel, of Pleasant Hill, suffered moderate injuries in the wreck. A passenger, 15-year old Brenden A. Smith, of Kingsville, suffered minor injuries. Both teenagers were taken to Children’s Mercy Hospital, by JCAD, for treatment.

The report indicates the Ford was totaled.

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