Arrowhead Stadium Traffic Death Trap Complaints Reemerge

Fact: Navigating Arrowhead traffic is exceptionally dangerous and has often proven deadly over the years for several unfortunate souls.

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Police do their best to control traffic but the reality is that a great many drunks along with poorly lit streets and confusing signs make the area dangerous for anyone who isn't a longtime and experienced Kansas City driver.

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Pedestrian death outside Arrowhead Stadium was tragedy bound to happen, group says

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City police are asking for help tracking down two drivers who ran over and killed a Chiefs fan leaving the stadium area Sunday night. The victim has been identified as 66-year-old Steven Hickle of Wichita. There are also questions about how safe areas around the stadium are for pedestrians trying to cross Blue Ridge Cutoff.

'A man was left to die in the street': KCPD urges drivers in deadly crash to come forward

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A 66-year-old man from Wichita was killed Sunday as he crossed a street near the Truman Sports Complex after he left the Kansas City Chiefs' game at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. Kansas City, Missouri, police said it was a hit-and-run and two drivers struck Steve Hickle as he was trying to cross the street by Gate 2.

Family: Man struck, killed outside Arrowhead was Navy veteran

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Wichita, Kansas, family is reeling after their loved one was the victim of a deadly hit-and-run crash Sunday night outside of GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. Steve Hickle, 66, was at the Kansas City Chiefs versus Buffalo Bills game Sunday night with his wife Laurie, according to their stepdaughters Audrey and Carmen Fibert.

'Do the right thing:' Family members ask witnesses of deadly Arrowhead hit-and-run to come forward

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Family members whose loved one was hit by two drivers as he left the Chiefs game on Sunday are pleading with witnesses of the deadly hit and run crash to come forward with information. When rain came pouring down at Arrowhead on Sunday, some fans took cover while others chose to leave the game.

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