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Deadly Saturday On Kansas Roads

Todd Pittenger - March 2, 2014 6:39 am

It was a deadly Saturday on Kansas roads and highways.

Law enforcement across the state stayed busy working numerous accidents as a mix of snow, sleet and ice made driving dangerous.

According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, troopers worked at least a dozen injury accidents, and multiple other non-injury accidents.

Fatal crashes were reported in Coffey, Reno, Meade, and Douglas counties. In Seward county two pedestrians were hit by a vehicle.

At Wichita’s Mid Continent Airport a small airplane slid off a runway as it landed Saturday. There were no injuries in that incident.

Roads across the state will be hazardous again Sunday.

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