WICHITA, KS. (THECOUNT) — Don Hall, a Wichita KNSS radio personality, has been identified as the victim in a fatal Wednesday vehicle crash.

Hall, 70, was killed while on his way to work in a Wednesday morning vehicle crash in Wichita.


According to reports, the fatal crash occurred near East Kellogg Drive & South Rock Road, in Wichita Wednesday morning.

Hall was on the radio waves spanning four decades.

Hall worked two years at KWBW in Hutchinson before coming to KEYN in 1974. Hall worked for KEYN, KAKZ, KKRD, KZSN before coming back to KEYN where he was the morning host with Barbara Baan, reports KNS.

Hall also worked as an announcer for Wichita State basketball games and Wichita Force football and was known for his extensive charity work.

No further details on the crash were provided by officials.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation.


Geo quick facts: Wichita is a city in south-central Kansas. Exploration Place features hands-on science exhibits and Kansas in Miniature, a display of animated models depicting 1950s Kansas. Old Cowtown Museum recreates 19th-century life with old buildings and costumed guides. Themed gardens at Botanica Wichita include a wildflower meadow and a Chinese garden. The Museum of World Treasures has Egyptian mummies and a T. rex skeleton – wikipedia.