Two teenage passengers were taken to the hospital on Saturday night after a 19-year-old driver crashed into a building and a fire hydrant and lost control of the car, according to police in the city of Kansas.
When the driver lost control, left the road and struck a building in the northwest corner of, a blue Chevrolet Cobalt with five teenagers inside speeded up on East 27th Street at around 11:17 pm It was out. East 27th Street and Agnes Avenue.. The vehicle then collided with a fire hydrant, removed it at the base, then climbed the hill in the front yard and passed through a wire mesh fence.
According to police, a 16-year-old girl in the left backseat was partially discharged and seriously injured and taken to the hospital. She wasn’t wearing a seatbelt, police said.
A 17-year-old girl was also taken to the hospital with a cut and bruise on her face.
Other teens and drivers refused treatment.
According to police, the dangerous building contacted the building owner to clean the demolished building.