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New Mother Killed When She Falls Out Of Party Bus

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 5/6/2013

  A new mom out on the town with friends is dead after falling out of a party bus.   It happened Saturday night on a Kansas City, Kansas interstate.   The aftermath was captured on a traffic camera.    Police say Jamie Frecks, 26, fell out of the bus emergency door and several passing cars hit her.    She died at the scene.   Family members say Frecks just had a baby a few weeks ago.   She and her friends were out for a bachelorette night.   Sixteen others on the bus weren't injured.
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