WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – One of the drivers involved in a crash in southeast Wichita where guns and narcotics were recovered has died, the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday.

According to the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office, around 4:40 p.m. on Wednesday, a deputy was running moving radar near Woodlawn and Pawnee Street when he caught a Cadillac going 77 mph in a 40 mph zone.

Lieutenant Nathan Gibbs told KSN on Thursday that the driver of the Cadillac, Jziya Bryant, died.

As the deputy turned around, he witnessed the Cadillac lose control, cross the center line to the west, and crash head-on with a Chevrolet pickup truck.

The SCSO says the Cadillac had a driver and a passenger, and the Chevrolet had just a driver.

“One juvenile male, 17 years old, we believe, with moderate injuries,” said Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Matthew Lynch. “The male driver is an adult. He was transported in critical condition to [a local hospital], and he is currently in surgery right now. His prognosis at this point is unknown to us.”

Lynch says the driver of the Chevrolet was taken to the hospital and is expected to be fine.

“I will tell you we did recover a couple of firearms from the laps of the individuals in the Cadillac, and we also recovered some illegal narcotics from the vehicle as well,” said Lynch.

Lynch says he cannot say the intention of the two in the Cadillac.

“East side and dispatch and the local CRT guys did tell us that there was no in-progress drive-by working prior to the crash,” said Lynch. “So I don’t know if they were in a hurry to get there or what happened.”