News: 2 Kansas City women injured in crash with semi on I-35 SB

KANSAS CITY, MO – Two women were injured after a crash with a tractor-trailer on I-35 in northeast Kansas City Friday morning.

According to a report by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, two female occupants of a Kia Forte were traveling south on the interstate north of Vivion Road. A driver in a tractor-trailer was headed southbound and collided with the Kia.

The collision caused the Kia to skid counter-clockwise before crashing into the towed unit of the semi-truck.

Janice Wilson, 66, was driving when the crash occurred. She was transported to North Kansas City Hospital with moderate injuries.

Barbara McCoy, 67, a passenger in the car was also taken to the hospital with moderate injuries.

If you’ve been seriously injured in a crash that another driver caused, you may want to take legal action. The Kansas City trucking accident attorneys at McCallister Law Firm can fight for you to ensure you are fairly compensated. Give us a call at 816-931-2229 or contact us online. 

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