The first major winter storm of the season for western Kansas started as an icy mess leading to several crashes, including a rollover resulting in serious injury to the driver. A semi truck jack-knifed on I-70 just west of town due to the slick conditions. Heavy snow was expected overnight in the region with as much as half a foot across northwest Kansas.
Scenes 1-5: Shots of a single-vehicle rollover crash south of Goodland on K-27. The driver was transported to a nearby hospital with serious injuries. Shots include wide view of accident scene with emergency crews on scene as well as tight shots of the SUV on its side and heavily damaged.
Scenes 6-8: Shots of the jack-knifed semi on the eastbound side of I-70 just east of Goodland. Shots include driver walking around the front of the semi.
Scene 9: Panning shot of snow plows on K-27 in Goodland.
Scene 10-11: Traffic on K-27 near the I-70 junction in Goodland.
Scene 12: People at a gas station in freezing mist and wind.
Scene 13: Shot of woman pumping gas as her hair blows in the wind.
Scene 14: Parked semi trucks at a gas station with ice-covered pavement in foreground.
Scene 15: American flag blowing in the wind.
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