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  • Darryl Wilson's family praises him following I-435 crash

    Willie Wilson, 54, whom his family calls Darryl, suffered horrific burns in a chain-reaction crash July 17 on Interstate 435 in Overland Park. Wilson, a computer analyst, usually avoided Interstate 435 when returning home to south Kansas City from his job in Olathe, but for some reason, he chose the highway on Monday afternoon.

Willie Wilson, 54, whom his family calls Darryl, suffered horrific burns in a chain-reaction crash July 17 on Interstate 435 in Overland Park. Wilson, a computer analyst, usually avoided Interstate 435 when returning home to south Kansas City from his job in Olathe, but for some reason, he chose the highway on Monday afternoon. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
Willie Wilson, 54, whom his family calls Darryl, suffered horrific burns in a chain-reaction crash July 17 on Interstate 435 in Overland Park. Wilson, a computer analyst, usually avoided Interstate 435 when returning home to south Kansas City from his job in Olathe, but for some reason, he chose the highway on Monday afternoon. Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

Family praises man burned in I-435 chain reaction

July 20, 2017 6:50 PM