Salinans Hurt In Crash in Wichita
KSAL Staff - August 23, 2015 7:55 am
Three people from Salina were among four people hurt in a two-vehicle crash in Wichita Saturday evening.
According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 57-year-old Randolph Kibler of Salina was driving a 2002 Saturn, headed east on Kansas Highway 96. His car was hit by a 2014 Ford Focus driven by 71-year-old Donna Wiltse of Wichita. Troopers say that Wiltse failed to yield at a stop sign.
Kibler, and two passengers in his car were all hurt. They are 56-year-old Theresa Kibler and 37-year-old Scott Andrews. All three were transported to Wesley Medical Center.
A passenger in the Wiltse’s Ford Focus was also hurt. 67-year-old Mary Blosser of Haysville was transported to St. Francis hospital in Wichita.
Troopers say that everyone involved in the crash was properly buckled up.
The crash happened just before 5:00 Saturday evening, on Kansas Highway 96 Highway in Wichita, at the intersection with 151st Street West.