“Injured Canadian Woman Identified as Lydia Terison in Kansas Turnpike Accident”

By | August 9, 2023

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A 32-year-old Canadian woman, Lydia Terison, sustained non-life-threatening injuries after her vehicle veered off the Kansas Turnpike and collided with a fence and several trees. The incident occurred due to heavy rain and poor weather conditions. Terison was wearing her seatbelt and was subsequently transported to Newman Regional Hospital for medical treatment. Emporia Gazette reported

A Canadian woman sustained injuries when her vehicle veered off the Kansas Turnpike and collided with multiple trees as a result of heavy rainfall on Wednesday morning. At around 7:56 a.m., Lyon County Deputies, along with Emporia/Lyon County EMS and Rescue, promptly responded to mile marker 128 on the Kansas Turnpike following a single-vehicle accident involving injury.

Deputy Jeff Rodriguez of the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office stated that a silver Buick departed from the roadway, crashing into a fence and a line of trees. Upon investigation, it was determined that the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle was identified as 32-year-old Lydia Terison from Toronto, Canada. The Buick’s departure from the roadway was attributed to severe weather conditions, causing it to collide with both a fence and several trees.

Terison, who was wearing her seatbelt at the time of the accident, was safely transported to Newman Regional Hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries..