Mom and son injured in Kansas RV crash return to Minnesota

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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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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17-year-old Adam Kerber's driver's license stipulated that all of his passengers wear seat belts. Authorities say only two of the 18 people in the motor home that crashed in Kansas Sunday were belted in. Pauline Kerber, a widowed mother of 12, lost four of her children and a daughter-in-law in the crash. Pauline and Adam Kerber remain hospitalized.