Two Killed After Vehicles Strikes Cow in Southwest Kansas

Judd WeilJuly 28, 2021

[LOGAN COUNTY, Kan.]

 

Two people from Arizona are dead after their 2015 Jeep Wrangler struck a cow, early the morning of July 26 in Logan County, Kans.

 

The dead were identified as Raymond H. Kennedy, 45, of Glendale, Ariz., and Brenda G. Carrasco, 54, of Peoria, Ariz.

 

The crash was reported at 3:30 a.m. about five miles southwest of Winona, Kan.

 

According to the Kansas Highway Patrol crash log, the driver, Raymond H. Kennedy, was heading east on U.S. 40 Highway when he collided with a black cow on the roadway.

 

Kennedy attempted to brake to miss the cow but ended up swerving, entering a north ditch.

 

The jeep then rolled an undetermined number of times before coming to rest on its’ passenger side facing south.

 

Kennedy and Carrasco were found in the Jeep and pronounced dead at the scene.

 

KHP stated both occupants were wearing their seatbelts.

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