Five members of the Kerber family from Jordan were killed on April 1 when their motor home veered off a Kansas road. The family requested privacy at the weekend service, which was held in Shakopee.
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A motor home carrying 18 people back to Minnesota after a trip to Texas crashed on Interstate 35 in Kansas and fell into a ravine. Authorities did not immediately identify the victims but they were reportedly an extended family coming home from a dirt bike rally.
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Pauline Kerber of Jordan was released from the hospital Tuesday. Her 17-year-old son is being transferred to a Minnesota hospital. Five of the 18 family members died when their motor home crashed and plunged into a ravine April 1. The cause of the accident remains under investigation.
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Highway patrol officials say the five members of a Minnesota family killed in a crash in Kansas were not wearing seatbelts. At least two of the other 13 people in the vehicle were wearing restraints. A 17-year-old member of the family from Jordan, Minnesota was at the wheel at the time of the crash.
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More than 200 people gathered to express their support after the tragic accident that killed five people and injured 13 when their RV crashed in Kansas April 1. KARE 11 reports the Jordan School District organized two events, including a prayer vigil at the high school.
Mom of teen driving RV in tragic Kansas crash says her son is a "hero"
In a statement, Pauline Kerber said her teenage son "did everything he possibly could to save 13 lives." There were 18 people in the recreational vehicle when it crashed April 1. Five family members died. Kerber's 17-year-old and 8-year-old sons are in fair condition at Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare in St. Paul. The NTSB is among those investigating the crash.
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