Monday, June 03, 2019

K-10 Is Johnson County Highway Of Death

Scary crash totals for this dangerous section of road wherein some of the worst construction planning in the Midwest threatens drivers. Read more:

Over 560 crashes reported on stretch of K-10 in last decade

OLATHE, Kan. - A 19-year-old Kansas man was killed in a crash on Kansas 10 in May 14 of this year when he was unable to stop and ran into the back of a semi trailer. The deadly crash has not been the only accident in the area, which has raised questions about the safety of the stretch of highway between Renner Blvd.

5 comments:

Chuck Darwin said...

Darwin Award for the texticated!

Anonymous said...

Unable to stop?????????

More like not paying attention to where he was going.

Anonymous said...


Aggressive driving and speeding.

Anonymous said...

Different than our KCMO Highway of Death. Over here not accidental, we shoot 'em.

Anonymous said...

If you go 80 mph, drivers will pass you and give you the finger as they go by. We need to get people to SLOW DOWN on K-10 to and from Lawrence. It has become a Highway of Death because of the risks that people are taking.