WICHITA — The driver of a Chrysler Sebring is recovering from injuries at Via Christi Hospital St. Francis in Wichita.
Great Bend’s Diana Hayward was transported to Wichita with injuries from a two-vehicle accident Saturday morning at Broadway and K-96. Hayward is listed in fair condition.
Hayward was driving the Sebring eastbound on Broadway at 9:20 a.m. Natalie Clark was driving northbound with the right-of-way on K-96 in a Stafford County-tagged GMC Sierra towing a Jay Flight camper. Clark and her daughter, Taylor, did not report any injuries that required transport.
Both vehicles were severely damaged. Personnel from the Great Bend police department closed the intersection to clear debris and complete their accident investigation until 11 a.m.
Natalie Clark is director of the Stafford USD 349 Entrepreneurship and Economic Development program, an innovative approach for meeting the educational and school-to-work preparation needs of high school students. Students learn entrepreneurship and marketing principles while participating in individual and group projects. Student operate entrepreneurship projects and utilize marketing strategies to promote a business project.