Reno County experienced several injury accidents due to icy roads, one proving fatal.

A 20-year-old from Sterling, KS was killed when her vehicle lost control on K-14 and was hit by an oncoming car. The crash happened at 11:10 a.m. at K-14 and Fairview, about four miles west of Nickerson. The woman is identified as Allyson R. Yutzy.

Two in the vehicle who hit Yutzy's were taken to Hutchinson Regional Medical Center.


A viewer, Nicole Spence,  sent us a photo from another accident off K96 near Haven. Reno County Sheriff's Department says the tan For Ranger was resting on it''s top in the median when emergency crews arrived on scene around 11:10 a.m.

The 37-year-old driver and a 26-year-old passenger were trapped in the vehicle. Both were wearing their seat belts. The driver was taken to Hutchinson Regional Medical Center for possible head, neck and back injuries.


Reno County Emergency Services responded to another injury accident at 11:53 on the highway. A witness says the 2003 GMC Envoy was driving fast when it started to fishtail and the driver lost control.

The driver, a 45-year-old woman was wearing her seat belt and was still inside the vehicle. She was conscious when emergency personnel got to her. The passenger a 37-year-old man was not wearing his seat belt and was ejected. He was taken to Via Christi St Francis Hospital in Wichita. The driver was taken to Promise Regional Hospital.

Reno County Sheriff's Department said the crash is under investigation.


A vehicle from Newton with an infant on board rolled after the driver lost control. Authorities said the white 2006 Chevrolet Silverado driven by a 23-year-old from Newton was driving eastbound on US-50. She lost control because of the ice, went into the ditch, then rolled onto it's top. An 18-year-old, 65-year-old and infant were all passengers. All were wearing their seat belts and the child was in a child safety seat.

The three adults were taken by ambulance to Via Christi St. Francis in Wichita with non-life threatening injuries. The baby was not hurt.


Reno County Sheriff Randy Henderson called Eyewitness News Saturday morning asking viewers to stay off the roads that he says are slick and icy. Also, freezing drizzle is sticking to windshields making it tough to see. He heeds the same warning for Sunday saying "It doesn't appear that road conditions will improve much overnight with wind chills below 0 and possibility of snow accumulations. Stay home unless you absolutely need to be out."