A multi-car crash has slowed traffic on the Westgate Bridge heading into Topeka during rush hour on Thursday morning. The crash was reported around 7:30 a.m. in the southbound lanes of N.W. US-75 highway at the north end of the Westgate Bridge. The location is just south of N.W. US-24 highway. Initial reports indicated one person suffered what was described as a “minor” injury. Southbound traffic on US-75 was said to be backed up about a mile to N.W. 35th.
Thanksgiving traditionally is one of the busiest travel holidays of the year, as people take cars, trains, boats and planes to gather with loved ones. This year will prove to be no different, as AAA projects some 51 million Americans will travel more than 50 miles from their homes, making it the busiest Thanksgiving holiday since 2005. That total is up 1.6 million from a year ago.
ASSARIA — Greg Peterson was hanging out with some friends in May 2012 at Sonic in Manhattan when he heard the song “I’m Sexy and I Know It” — and the light bulb in his head came on.Peterson, then a Kansas State University student majoring in agriculture communications and journalism, realized the words of LMFAO’s song could be rewritten to reflect farming life.
Accident reported 7:30 am Thurs in southbound lanes of US-75 hwy at north end of Westgate Bridge near US-24 hwy. One "minor" injury reported. Traffic on SB US-75 hwy backed up to NW 35th. Find alternate routes.
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