GOODLAND, Kan. (KSNW) – A 50-year-old Colorado Springs man was killed in a fiery crash on I-70 in Sherman County on Wednesday.
According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, the crash happened on the westbound lanes five miles east of Goodland.
A semi was westbound on the interstate when it went right, entered the north ditch, overturned,and caught fire.
Eskandar Farhadiyeh was killed in the crash. The westbound lanes were closed for a time.
Westbound I-70 will be temporarily shut down due to a vehicle crash with fire at mile post 22. Westbound traffic will now exit at Edson (mile post 27) and take Old Hwy 24 to Goodland where they can get back on I-70 westbound at mile post 19. pic.twitter.com/cr1Wbo0w8o— Trooper Tod (@TrooperTodKHP) September 8, 2021