Woman Injured in Crash Dies

KSAL StaffSeptember 30, 2016

A woman hurt in a crash back in late August has died from her injuries.

53-year-old Dianna Boos of Salina was one of three people hurt in the crash. Police say that she died Friday morning.

Police at the time said that the crash was caused a Ford Mustang driving recklessly at a high rate of speed. The Mustang was speeding north on Ohio. It ran a red light at the intersection of Ohio and Republic, and collided with a Pontiac G6 that was headed west on Republic, crossing Ohio to make a left turn. Two vehicles that were stopped at the red light in the northbound lanes of Ohio were then hit by the two vehicles that collided.

The driver of the Mustang, 18-year-old Hunter Burns, was not seriously injured.

The Mustang may have been racing a white pickup truck, which did not stop. The Mustang also may have been involved in a wreck a short time earlier, hitting a guide wire in the area of Belmont and Robin Road.

Police say that no arrests have been made, but it’s likely that  Burns will face some charges.

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