Turnpike traffic moves along the entrance and exit ramps of the south Wichita toll plaza. A Ford F-150 driven by Donald Fifer Jr. of Haysville entered the turnpike Tuesday evening at the South Wichita toll plaza on the correct ramp to go northbound, which loops around, but while on the ramp, he drove off the road and struck a sign. The pickup re-entered the turnpike, traveling southbound in the northbound lane and struck a Pontiac G6, killing two Oklahoma women. (April 16, 2014)
Turnpike traffic moves along the entrance and exit ramps of the south Wichita toll plaza. A Ford F-150 driven by Donald Fifer Jr. of Haysville entered the turnpike Tuesday evening at the South Wichita toll plaza on the correct ramp to go northbound, which loops around, but while on the ramp, he drove off the road and struck a sign. The pickup re-entered the turnpike, traveling southbound in the northbound lane and struck a Pontiac G6, killing two Oklahoma women. (April 16, 2014) The Wichita Eagle
Turnpike traffic moves along the entrance and exit ramps of the south Wichita toll plaza. A Ford F-150 driven by Donald Fifer Jr. of Haysville entered the turnpike Tuesday evening at the South Wichita toll plaza on the correct ramp to go northbound, which loops around, but while on the ramp, he drove off the road and struck a sign. The pickup re-entered the turnpike, traveling southbound in the northbound lane and struck a Pontiac G6, killing two Oklahoma women. (April 16, 2014) The Wichita Eagle

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April 16, 2014 08:17 AM

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