KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Minnesota family involved in a Kansas motor home crash that killed five people has released a statement thanking the public for the "outpouring of love and support."Overland Park Regional Medical Center released the statement late Sunday night on behalf of the Kerber family of Jordan, Minn. The suburban Kansas City hospital is treating two survivors — 46-year-old Pauline Kerber, who is in critical but stable condition, and her 17-year-old son, Adam Kerber, who is in critical condition.The statement said the family appreciated the prayers but requested privacy as they mourn the "deep loss."Eighteen people were in the motor home Sunday morning when it hit a guardrail and a concrete bridge rail. It came to rest in a ravine near the small northeast Kansas town of Williamsburg.