2 killed in crash between pickup, semi near Goddard identified

SEDGWICK COUNTY, Kan. (KWCH) Update 10:35 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7, 2018

The Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office has identified two people killed in a crash Wednesday night at the intersection of 183rd W. and MacArthur as 80-year-old Darold Hale and 83-year-old Colleen Hall, both of Goddard.

Deputies say the two were riding in a pickup when it crashed into a semi and caught fire.

Hale and Hall both died on the scene. The semi driver was not hurt.

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Update 10:45 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018

Two people died Wednesday night after their pickup crashed into a semi south of Goddard in Sedgwick County. The crash happened about 8:20 p.m. at 183rd West and MacArthur.

Sedgwick County Sheriff's Sgt. Michael Hollie says the southbound pickup crashed into the semi heading west on 183rd. Hollie says the semi was hauling bread. Both vehicles were engulfed in flames, but the semi's driver was not seriously injured.

Wednesday night, Hollie says it's believed the pickup hit the semi after the pickup's driver failed to stop at a stop sign. He says the semi's driver reported feeling the impact from the pickup but did not report seeing what led up to the crash.

Hollie says investigators haven't identified either person killed in the pickup, but he did say the truck was registered out of Oklahoma.

With the late-Wednesday-night update provided about 10:40 p.m., Hollie said he expected the area of 183rd West and MacArthur to be closed in all four directions for at least three to four more hours.

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Two people are dead after a crash involving at least two vehicles at South 183rd West and MacArthur Road near Goddard.

We know at least one vehicle involved was a semi and that there were reports of fire to at least one vehicle involved in the crash reported about 8:18 p.m.

A Sedgwick County dispatch supervisor tells us traffic is blocked about one mile in every direction from the scene and people are asked to avoid the area.

We have a crew on scene.