Kansas City, Mo. police identify Wichita man struck twice, killed in hit and run near Arrowhead Stadium

Kansas City, Mo. police said Steve Hickle died Monday morning after he was struck by two...
Kansas City, Mo. police said Steve Hickle died Monday morning after he was struck by two vehicles while walking from the Chiefs game Sunday night. Neither vehicle stopped to render aid.(KCTV)
Published: Oct. 11, 2021 at 10:17 AM CDT
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WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - Update: The Kansas City, Missouri Police Department confirmed Monday that the man hit and killed near Arrowhead Stadium Sunday night was Steve Hickle, 66, of Wichita.

Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas sent his condolences to the family on Twitter.

“I extend my deepest sympathies to the family of the Wichita man killed after being hit by two separate hit-and-run drivers near Arrowhead Stadium last night,” said the mayor. “We will find the assailants, but I also hope all remember to look out for others and be responsible when leaving games.”

A 66-year-old Wichita man has died after he was struck by two vehicles, both of which left the scene, near Arrowhead Stadium. The accident during the Chiefs’ game against Buffalo Sunday night.

KCTV reports the man was attempting to cross Blue Ridge Cutoff when he was struck by a southbound vehicle. While the man was lying in the road, a second southbound vehicle ran him over. Neither vehicle stopped after striking the man.

The man was taken to the hospital in critical condition but died from his injuries Monday morning. A second pedestrian, accompanying the man, was not hurt.

Police said the two were leaving the game before it ended, so no traffic crews were at the scene.

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