Multiple crashes reported in northwest Kansas

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SHERMAN COUNTY, Kan. (KSNW) — Multiple car crashes are being worked in northwest Kansas as freezing temperatures have caused icy conditions.

The Sherman County Sheriff’s Office posted a picture of a pickup that had left the road and rolled. They said the victims were lucky they were wearing seatbelts, though their condition was not released.

Graham County Sheriff Cole Presley on Thursday afternoon urged drivers to be very careful. “It’s a skating rink out here”.

https://www.facebook.com/grahamcountyso/videos/2007225436187246/

Trooper Tod Hileman, Kansas Highway Patrol reported Thursday morning that the eastbound I-70 off-ramp at mile post 17 was closed due to a serious injury crash on K-27. He says KDOT is in the area treating the roads. See KDOT Road conditions before heading out.

FYI, the EB I-70 off-ramp at mile post 17 is shutdown due to a serious injury crash on K-27 in front of the 24/7 Truck Stop. @KDOTHQ is coming in to treat the roads. #SLOWDOWN and #BeSafe

Posted by Trooper Tod KHP Hays, Kansas on Thursday, December 21, 2017

The Cheyenne County Sheriff’s Office is warning people to slow down and be aware of icy conditions.

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Posted by Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office on Thursday, December 21, 2017

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