Evans United Shows will operate during Lee’s Summit’s Downtown Days, a festival they’ve been a part of since at least 2014. Evans United was operating a carnival in Wichita where a toddler was reportedly shocked and later died last week.
Evans United Shows will operate during Lee’s Summit’s Downtown Days, a festival they’ve been a part of since at least 2014. Evans United was operating a carnival in Wichita where a toddler was reportedly shocked and later died last week. Phaze 4 Photography
Evans United Shows will operate during Lee’s Summit’s Downtown Days, a festival they’ve been a part of since at least 2014. Evans United was operating a carnival in Wichita where a toddler was reportedly shocked and later died last week. Phaze 4 Photography

After toddler’s death at carnival, company will operate at Lee’s Summit festival

May 23, 2017 11:41 AM

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