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Emergency personnel began removing a vehicle that plunged into Bales Lake at Blue Valley Park in Kansas City on Friday. One person died and another was in critical condition. The driver lost control and the vehicle ended up partially in water, police said. Toriano Porter The Kansas City Star
Emergency personnel began removing a vehicle that plunged into Bales Lake at Blue Valley Park in Kansas City on Friday. One person died and another was in critical condition. The driver lost control and the vehicle ended up partially in water, police said. Toriano Porter The Kansas City Star

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