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CASS COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -

Three teenagers were seriously injured Sunday when the driver of the car they were in lost control and overturned.

Tyler A. Schwab, 18, of Harrisonville, was driving a 1991 Honda about 8:50 p.m. Sunday, heading north on South Old Drum Road when he overcorrected and wrecked near 251st Street, according to the Missouri Highway Patrol. 

His two passengers, Dalton J. Cusick, 15, of Garden City, MO, and Christian Hughes, 17, of Pleasant Hill, were flown to a Kansas City-area hospital. 

Schwab was taken by ambulance.

None of the teens were wearing seatbelts, according to troopers.

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