AUGUSTA, Kan - The Kansas Highway Patrol says two teenagers who were riding horses were critically injured when they were hit by a tow truck.
The collision happened around 9:15 Wednesday evening on Southwest 100th Street near Augusta.
The Patrol said the 70-year-old tow truck driver didn't see three people on horseback as he was crossing the Walnut River Bridge and struck two of them from behind.
Eighteen-year-old Joshua Quezada and 14-year-old Piper Arnold, both from Augusta, are hospitalized in Wichita.
Another 18-year-old on horseback and the truck driver were not injured.