LSO: LSE student in critical condition following weekend crash

Lancaster County Sheriff Terry Wagner said 19-year-old Kennedy Bowles, a senior at Lincoln Southeast, remains in critical condition after the crash that happened around 11:19 p.m. near SW 14th and Hwy. 33. 
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LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — Authorities say a Lincoln high school student was seriously injured in a crash over the weekend.

Lancaster County Sheriff Terry Wagner said 19-year-old Kennedy Bowles, a senior at Lincoln Southeast, remains in critical condition after the crash that happened around 11:19 p.m. near SW 14th and Hwy. 33.

A letter sent to families by Lincoln Public Schools says Bowles is “not expected to survive her injuries.”

LSO says their investigation indicates a Chrysler 200 failed to stop at a stop sign and was struck in the intersection by a Chevrolet Silverado that was headed eastbound on Hwy. 33.

All four occupants of the Chrysler were taken to Bryan West. At the time, two of them were in critical condition and the other two were considered to be in stable condition.

The driver and a passenger in the Silverado were treated and released with minor injuries.

LSO continues to investigate the crash.

 

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