Debris is scattered after a  tractor-trailer and a truck crashed into a Kansas Turnpike tollbooth on westbound Interstate 70 on Saturday, March 29, 2014.  The Kansas Highway Patrol reports two men were in the truck that hit the tollbooth at highway speeds, never slowing down before crashing. The truck’s cab is wrapped around the tollbooth and the engine landed about 50 yards from the tollbooth. The patrol doesn’t know whether the driver or a passenger died in the crash. The tollbooths are unmanned at night. No one was in the booth at the time of the crash, the patrol said. (AP Photo/The Lawrence Journal-World, Richard Gwin)
Debris is scattered after a tractor-trailer and a truck crashed into a Kansas Turnpike tollbooth on westbound Interstate 70 on Saturday, March 29, 2014. The Kansas Highway Patrol reports two men were in the truck that hit the tollbooth at highway speeds, never slowing down before crashing. The truck’s cab is wrapped around the tollbooth and the engine landed about 50 yards from the tollbooth. The patrol doesn’t know whether the driver or a passenger died in the crash. The tollbooths are unmanned at night. No one was in the booth at the time of the crash, the patrol said. (AP Photo/The Lawrence Journal-World, Richard Gwin) AP
Debris is scattered after a tractor-trailer and a truck crashed into a Kansas Turnpike tollbooth on westbound Interstate 70 on Saturday, March 29, 2014. The Kansas Highway Patrol reports two men were in the truck that hit the tollbooth at highway speeds, never slowing down before crashing. The truck’s cab is wrapped around the tollbooth and the engine landed about 50 yards from the tollbooth. The patrol doesn’t know whether the driver or a passenger died in the crash. The tollbooths are unmanned at night. No one was in the booth at the time of the crash, the patrol said. (AP Photo/The Lawrence Journal-World, Richard Gwin) AP

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