Three identified after wrong-way driver causes collision

BENTON, Kansas – The Kansas Highway Patrol confirms that three people are dead after a wrong-way driver caused a collision on Sunday at 6 a.m.

The Kansas Highway Patrol identified the victims of Sunday’s accident as 16-year-old Dominic Stolfi of Benton, 27-year-old Lisa Hardy and 52-year-old Nancy Ross, both of Potwin.

The patrol says a car driven by Stolfi was traveling west in the eastbound lanes of Kansas 254 near the Butler/Sedgwick County line.

A car driven by Hardy tried to swerve out of the way but was hit by Stolfi’s car. Ross was a passenger in Hardy’s car.

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