KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV/AP) -- A second person has died from injuries suffered in a crash on a Northland road that has been the site of dozens of wrecks.
Kansas City police were dispatched on Jan. 7 to the 2000 block of Northeast Parvin Road to respond to reports of a crash.
Police say that a Mitsubishi SUV was heading eastbound and passed a Honda van on its left. The Mitsubishi proceeded to side-swipe the Honda, the Mitsubishi driver then lost control.
The Mitsubishi left the road to the north and struck several trees then overturned.
Officers confirmed that 4-year-old Angela Smhlovic, who was a passenger in the Mitsubishi, was partially ejected and did die later after her arrival at Children's Mercy Hospital.
Authorities say the driver of the Mitsubishi was 53-year-old Omer Hamsic of Kansas City, Missouri. Police announced Tuesday that he had died
The driver of the Honda was not injured.
Records show there have been nearly 50 traffic wrecks on the 1,000-foot stretch of road where the crash occurred. Residents have been petitioning Kansas City's Public Improvements Advisory Committee for funds to make the roadway safer.