OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- An Overland Park teenage driver could face charges in a deadly pedestrian crash. The 17-year-old hit a legally parked car, and a man and a woman standing along the street near 85th and Tomahawk Road just before midnight Thursday night, according to police.
The man died and the woman was taken to the hospital with serious injuries to her face and legs.
The man was identified late Friday morning. Kevin Patrick Moroney, 52, was pronounced dead at the scene. A witness tried CPR, but he never revived. Moroney lived in Overland Park.
The injured woman has been identified as Maureen Hogg of Kansas City, Mo. She has been listed in critical condition.
"The teen has been released to his mother," said Sgt. Scott Ferguson, "We are waiting on the results of a blood test to figure out what's next in this investigation."
It's not clear why the teen crashed, if he was impaired or not, investigators are waiting on results of a blood test.
Authorities say the teenager's Volkswagen Passat was southbound on Tomahawk when it struck Moroney and Hogg and the parked car they were standing next to.
"We'll have the vehicle towed and we'll process the vehicle, do a mechanical inspection and make sure there wasn't any defects to the vehicle," Sgt. Ferguson explained. "We'll go back and interview the female pedestrian at a later time and see if she remembers other things that happened."
The 17-year-old was not injured.