Members of the The Kansas State Highway Patrol investigated an accident in May that claimed the life of 26-year-old Jamie Frecks of Kansas City, Kansas. At the Southwest Boulevard and Mission Road exit of northbound I-35, Trooper Mike Hamilton (left) used a laser device to help map out the area where the bus carrying a group of friends attending a bachelorette party came to a stop after Frecks had fallen out.
Members of the The Kansas State Highway Patrol investigated an accident in May that claimed the life of 26-year-old Jamie Frecks of Kansas City, Kansas. At the Southwest Boulevard and Mission Road exit of northbound I-35, Trooper Mike Hamilton (left) used a laser device to help map out the area where the bus carrying a group of friends attending a bachelorette party came to a stop after Frecks had fallen out. Kansas City Star
Members of the The Kansas State Highway Patrol investigated an accident in May that claimed the life of 26-year-old Jamie Frecks of Kansas City, Kansas. At the Southwest Boulevard and Mission Road exit of northbound I-35, Trooper Mike Hamilton (left) used a laser device to help map out the area where the bus carrying a group of friends attending a bachelorette party came to a stop after Frecks had fallen out. Kansas City Star

No criminal charges in KCK party bus death

October 29, 2013 12:24 PM

UPDATED November 27, 2013 12:10 PM

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