RENO COUNTY, Kan. -

Two people are hurt, one critically, after a crash in Reno County early Wednesday morning.

Crews were called to the 10000 block of E. 4th at around 5 a.m.

Officials at the scene say the car was headed east on 4th, ran a stop sign, and lost control.  It flipped end over end and wound up in a field. 

The car was going so fast when it crashed, the engine was thrown from the vehicle.  Parts of the engine were seen dangling in nearby power lines.

The Reno County sheriff's department said the driver, 21-year-old Jacob Rucker, of Wichita, and a passenger 21-year-old Elizabeth Fanning, of Wichita, walked to a nearby home for help.

Rucker was taken to a Hutchinson hospital for treatment. Fanning was flown to Wichita with unknown injuries.

Investigators said both were wearing seatbelts. The accident remains under investigation.