WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Kellogg at West Street is back open after a fiery crash closed it for hours Monday night into Tuesday morning.

According to Sedgwick County Dispatch, around 6:45 p.m., a juvenile driving an SUV entered Kellogg between I-235 and Meridian going in the wrong direction.

As a result, their SUV was hit by a semitrailer. The crash caused the semitrailer to catch fire.

Two people were involved in the crash but had non-life-threatening injuries, according to Wichita police.

Witness Nick Macgruder says he is no stranger to crashes on this part of Kellogg. He said his son initially thought the crash was an earthquake because of how powerful the impact was.

“I was in my house watching TV with my son, and a big like, ‘boom,’ my house vibrated, and, so I looked out my screen door, and all I saw was whitest-grey smoke, and by the time I got outside, it went from white smoke to black smoke,” Macgruder said.