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Parts of K-63 and U.S. 75 closed because of blowing snow, crashes

A 61-year-old Manhattan man suffered serious injuries in a single-vehicle crash Wednesday night...
A 61-year-old Manhattan man suffered serious injuries in a single-vehicle crash Wednesday night along Interstate 70 in Geary County, authorities said.(Phil Anderson)
Published: Jan. 15, 2021 at 1:49 PM CST
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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - K-63 has now closed between K-16 and K-9 in Pottawatomie County due to blowing snow. It’s expected to remain so until approximately 5 pm.

Also, U.S. Highway 75 will be closed for approximately 2 hours between K-20 and U.S. 36. That’s north of Netawaka to Fairview, just south of Sabetha. That news from the Kansas Department of Transportation’s Northeast KDOT Twitter account at 1:30 PM. They are working to clear up some crashes. Officials hope to re-open it around 3:30 PM.

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