In Gladstone, Mo 4 men were killed in an traumatic wreck involving one vehicle. Officials told the public that "not all could be made out accordingly but we are not ruling out suicide." This morning only three hours into the investigation officers were able yield the identities to the public. Matthew Marsh ( 22), Devon Grimm-Walsh (21), Nathan Rauch (23), and Adam Evericaka-Honer (22) were all killed instantaneously during a "collision-rollover" that occurred on the right embankment of 210 near North Kansas City hospital. According to an eye witness this morning it were confirmed that the victims were speeding, but it wasn't out of the normal at this time of the day to Locals here in the Gladstone community. Fire Fighter Carl Beams had told press on more than one occasion that this accident is the most horrendous they've seen injury wise, but it also reminds them of the Platte City wreck that occurred North of here. Sheriff Dawn Tally addressed the public this morning wearing what appeared to be a red ball cap which she had worn while on the scene. She explained to the media in full detail that the wreck has no hidden agenda, and "that it either is or isn't what we know it to be" she went further on to explain that both "Devon and Matthew were her students during their EMT course training and were both very determined to be great paramedics and Firefighter this news just upsets me like no other. My cap is commemorative to them. As they hated the Royals, so today in honor of them I wear a cardinals hat because if they were here they'd probably get a good laugh out of me. As I would when they had to wear chiefs gear to my class!" Family members and classmates of the four victims are still in awe, as the vehicle from the wreck has yet to be moved from the scene. Debris as well as other items from the vehicle have also made there way on to near by homes. And Clay County police have asked the locals to not move nor tamper with the debris if at all possible.
With 9 other wrecks occurring within the area these last three days it somehow leaves public officials in the Kansas City area with a lasting impression of the 63 automotive wrecks that had occurred in 2009 that made it's start at around this time of year.
NKCFD Battalion Chief Gerry Clark told the public that "We refuse to go back down that road again. And will do anything to prevent it."
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