Overland Park military pronounced Tuesday they have found a outpost they consider was concerned in a multi-vehicle collision Saturday that killed a Rockhurst High School comparison and a Kansas City, Kan., man.
Police consider a black Honda Odyssey was concerned in a pile-up that killed Matthew Bloskey, 18, and Samuel Siebuhr, 20.
Investigators are vocalization with a chairman of seductiveness connected with a van, pronounced Overland Park Police orator Officer John Lacy.
Police on Monday had expelled an extended picture of a van, and a dialect perceived many tips, Lacy said.
The pile-up happened during 3:23 p.m. Saturday. Police pronounced a outpost might have strike a automobile driven by Siebuhr as both vehicles were roving easterly on 151st Street nearby Stearns Street. Siebuhr apparently mislaid control, clipped another vehicle, afterwards crashed head-on with a westbound automobile driven by Bloskey. Both drivers died during a scene.
Lacy offering interjection to a open for a assistance in anticipating a van. He expelled no other information, observant a review continued.
Students during Rockhurst High School in Kansas City paid reverence to their classmate, Matthew Bloskey, a senior, who was killed in a aroused strike and run collision Saturday in Overland Park.