TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Emergency crews were on the scene of a crash Thursday afternoon in west Topeka that sent two high school students to the hospital.
The crash was reported at 3: 12 p.m. involving two vehicle in the 400 block of SW Gage.
The Kansas Highway Patrol tells KSNT News that two students in a red Pontiac Sunfire pulled out from the north parking log of Hayden to turn north onto Gage and failed to yield to a white Ford pickup that was traveling south on Gage in the left lane, causing the pickup to strike their Pontiac.
The two Hayden Students identified as Xavier Hudgins, 16, and Isabel Hudgins, both of Topeka, were removed from their vehicle and taken to Stormont Vail Hospital with serious injuries.
The two in the pickup, identified as Terry Roberts, 60, of Tecumseh and Madison Shirley, 14, of Topeka were not injured.
KHP said everyone was wearing seatbelts.