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Body Found on I-70 in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Police in Kansas City are investigating the discovery of a body on highway.  The Kansas City Star reports that the body was found early this (WED) morning on eastbound I-70 in the downtown area.  Police say a motorist alerted police, and that it appeared that a vehicle had struck the man.  Traffic in the area was diverted while crime scene investigators gathered evidence, but the roadway reopened a few hours later.  In separate incident, a tractor-trailer hauling sausages overturned early this (WED) morning along Interstate 670 in nearby Kansas City, Kansas, causing a traffic backup. The crash closed a section of eastbound I-670 while crews cleared debris.


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