Roll-over kills 17-year-old Satanta boy, injures 2 other teenage girls PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 July 2010 10:09

Pickup rolls just before midnight Saturday near Sublette, all three teens ejected

• Daily Leader staff report
A 17-year-old Satanta boy died in a Saturday night roll-over southeast of Sublette.
According to the Kansas High Patrol, Shaun Michael Bauer, 17, was driving a 1998 Dodge pickup eastbound on Seward County Road 240 about 1.6 miles east of County Road OO and around 4 miles south of Sublette when the vehicle went into the north ditch and rolled about 10 minutes before midnight Saturday. 
Bauer, as well as two 13-year-old girls who were passengers, were all thrown from the vehicle. One of the girls was from Sublette, while the other was listed as a Liberal resident.
Authorities pronounced Bauer dead at the scene, and he was taken to Haskell County Funeral Home.
The two teenage girls were transported to Southwest Medical Center for treatment of their injuries.

 
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