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TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Two “GoFundMe” pages have been set up to help both families who lost loved ones in a tragic accident Thursday morning near Silver Lake.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says a white 1999 Subaru was westbound on U.S. 24 Thursday morning when it crossed the center line. A 2007 gray Pontiac was eastbound and struck the Subaru on the passenger side.
The driver and the other two occupants in the Subaru died in the accident. They were identified as 17-year-old Devin Greeve, the driver, a high school senior at Silver Lake High School and from Topeka, 11-year-old Gaby Greeve, of Topeka, a sixth grader at Silver Lake Elementary, and 14-year-old Tyler Crouse, of Topeka, a freshman at Silver Lake High School.
Donation accounts for Devin, Gaby and Tyler can be mailed to Silver Lake Bank, PO Box 8330 Topeka, KS 66608 (need to put on if it’s for Gabby and Devin Greeve, or Tyler Crouse) or drop off at any bank location. Two accounts – one for Gaby and Devin, and one for Tyler by himself.
A family member of Devin, Gaby and Tyler contacted KSNT News and said that a gofundme account has been set up to help the family with funeral expenses.
The driver of the Pontiac was identified as 47-year-old Lance Lenard, of Rossville. He was taken to Stormont Vail where he later died. His 13-year-old son Kade was taken to the hospital in critical condition.
Kade is a Wamego track and field star following in his father Lance’s footsteps. His dad coached kids with the Northeast Kansas Track Club for nearly 20 years.
A family member of Lance also contacted KSNT News and said that a gofundme account was set up to help his wife with medical expenses.