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Mo. man dies in weekend crash on icy Kansas highway

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Two people killed in crash

LYNDON, Kan. — Authorities say a Missouri man has been struck and killed on an icy Kansas highway.

The Kansas Highway Patrol says the crash happened Saturday when a car went off the side of Interstate 35 in Osage County, about 35 miles east of Emporia. The car struck a full-size van that was legally parked in the median and two people who were on foot. The men were rushed to hospitals, where 49-year-old Robert Groh, of Raymore, Missouri, was pronounced dead.

The Michigan man driving the car and his passenger weren’t hurt.

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