Leavenworth County Sheriff
A vehicle driven by Andy Lawrence, Atchison, was traveling west at 11:30 p.m. Sunday on Fairmount Road when he lost control of his vehicle and slid sideways into two trees. Lawrence was flown to the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, Kan. Tuesday afternoon, he was in stable condition. Lawrence's vehicle sustained extensive damage. The estimated loss was $5,000, according to sheriff's reports.
A vehicle driven by Earl Rogers, 61, Prairie Village, was traveling east at 3:30 Friday on Kansas Highway 32 when he fell asleep and his vehicle went into the ditch. Rogers was injured but refused medical treatment, according to sheriff's reports.
A vehicle driven by Donald Navinsky, Easton, was traveling south at 8 p.m. Friday on County Road 18 when his vehicle struck and killed a deer. The estimated loss to the vehicle was $2,000, sheriff's reports said.
A vehicle driven by William Pray, 48, Leavenworth, was traveling west last Wednesday on Kansas Highway 5 when he rounded a curve and lost control on wet pavement. Pray's vehicle slid off the road into an embankment. Pray sustained minor injuries from the air bag being deployed but refused medical attention, sheriff's reports said.
A vehicle driven by Allen Schelert, 18, Linwood, was attempting to turn right last Thursday from County Road 2 onto Evans Road when a vehicle driven by Jacob Kelly, 16, Bonner Springs, rear ended Schelert's vehicle. Schelert sustained a possible neck injury but was not transported to a hospital. Both vehicles had minor damages, according to sheriff's reports.
A vehicle driven by Peggy Forbes, 52, Kansas City, Kan., was traveling north at 1 p.m. Sunday on County Road 9 when a white-tailed deer struck her vehicle near 207th Street. The deer ran away. Estimated damage to the vehicle is unknown, sheriff's reports said.
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