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Topic - Pauline Kerber
A Minnesota family and some friends were taking a spring break vacation to see a motocross race when the motor home in which they were traveling crashed in northeast Kansas, killing five family members, a family friend said Monday.
A 17-year-old boy with a provisional driver's license was behind the wheel when a converted semitrailer crashed on a Kansas highway, killing five members of his Minnesota family who were on vacation to see a motocross race, authorities said Monday.
She said Tom Kerber was the oldest of the children and was married to Melissa.
She said the family planned to spend spring break on a big family motocross trip.