Survivor Story: Rock Slams Through Windshield Of South Kansas City Lady

Another scary story from local streets should remind our readers to drive SAFELY and maybe look out for anything suspicious near highways . . .

Here's the most relevant public safety aspect of the report . . .

KCPD was called to the area of east 72nd Street and Sycamore Avenue around 8:30 p.m. on Dec. 13. When officers arrived, they found multiple damaged cars.

Officers then traveled a few blocks down and found Kearney’s car near 76th Street. She had already been taken to the hospital. Her front windshield had damage consistent with a rock the size of a softball.

“It is being investigated as an aggravated assault, but we’re open to a wide range of possibilities here. It’s not outside the realm of possibility that it could’ve come off of a bridge overpass or a vehicle hauling rocks or something like that,” said Sgt. Jake Becchina, a spokesperson for KCPD.

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Kansas City woman recovering from head injury in ICU after rock flies through windshield

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City woman is recovering in the Intensive Care Unit after a rock flew through her front windshield and injured her head. Friends and family of Eva Kearney are asking, along with KCPD, for anyone who may know how this happened to come forward.