WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – A wrong-way driver on Kellogg caused an early morning multi-car crash injuring multiple people. It happened just before 1:20 a.m. Wednesday. Police said 911 received a call of the wrong-way driver near Zelta and Kellogg.
Wichita Police Sgt. Robert Reichenberger said a pickup truck was seen driving the wrong way on eastbound Kellogg near Washington. An Acura tried to avoid the truck near the Seneca exit, but ended up colliding with a Kia. Four people were injured in the collision, and one of them received serious injuries.
The driver of the truck continued to drive the wrong way. According to Reichenberger, officers used stop sticks at Kellogg and Tyler. The driver was eventually stopped. Reichenberger said the driver is suspected of driving under the influence.
Eastbound Kellogg traffic was shut down at Seneca and Tyler during the investigation of those accidents.