By Octavio Abea
Five people died when a motor home carrying 18 people crashed on an interstate highway in northeast Kansas Sunday, according to police.
The accident took place in Osage County on Interstate 35 when the driver of the motor home, which was also pulling a trailer, lost control around 9 a.m., Kansas Highway Patrol said, The Kansas City Star reports.
The 13 others were injured and taken to three local hospitals with three of the people in potentially life threatening condition, Fox News reports.
Trooper Don Hughes said the motor home, which contained adults and children, hit a guard rail and ended up in a ravine, The Kansas City Star reports.
Fox News reports that 30 emergency vehicles were at the scene including at least six ambulances.