August 8, 2022

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CRASH UPDATE: Americus woman hurt when raised dump truck bed

An Americus lady experienced most likely critical injuries just after a two-car or truck crash near the Lyon-Coffey county line Wednesday early morning.

The crash was reported at Interstate 35 mile marker 142 southbound, 10 miles east of Emporia’s eastern city limits and between the Hartford-Neosho Rapids exit and the Lyon-Coffey county line, all-around 10:40 am.

The Kansas Freeway Patrol claims 59-calendar year-outdated Wanda Kay Lara was southbound on I-35, driving a dump truck with the bed elevated. The mattress strike a bridge higher than the truck and landed on its passenger side, also hitting an unoccupied semi parked on the shoulder.

Lyon County Undersheriff John Koelsch states Lara was airlifted to Stormont-Vail Clinic in Topeka for treatment afterward. The Freeway Patrol claims Lara was not wearing her seatbelt at the time of the crash.

Koelsch states the wreck transpired in a street construction zone, and southbound targeted traffic was backed up for near to five miles right after the wreck. It took about an hour for southbound website traffic to begin going previous the wreck website.

12:15 pm Wednesday: Truck driver airlifted to Topeka just after design zone crash in the vicinity of Lyon-Coffey county line

One particular man or woman has been airlifted for healthcare treatment after a rolllover crash in the vicinity of the Lyon-Coffey county line Wednesday early morning.

Lyon County Undersheriff John Koelsch tells KVOE Information the crash at Interstate 35 mile marker 142, amongst the Hartford-Neosho Rapids exit and the Lyon-Coffey county line, was in a building zone and associated an gear truck close to 10:45 am. The driver, now unnamed, was airlifted to Stormont-Vail after staying noted as pinned within the truck.

Even more aspects are presently pending and will very likely be declared by the Kansas Highway Patrol. Moreover troopers, unexpected emergency responders from Emporia and Hartford-Neosho Rapids, alongside with Lyon County deputies, all responded to the scene.

10:55 am Wednesday: Personal injury crash claimed on Interstate 35 in close proximity to Hartford-Neosho Rapids exit

A number of regulation enforcement and crisis reaction businesses are responding to a described injury crash east of Emporia.

All over 10:45 am, crisis responders from Emporia and Hartford-Neosho Rapids, along with Lyon County deputies and Kansas Freeway patrol troopers, have been dispatched to Interstate 35 mile marker 142, in the vicinity of the Hartford-Neosho Rapids exit, for a described rollover crash involving a truck. Even further facts are at the moment pending.

Remain with KVOE, KVOE.com and KVOE social media for updates.