Photos released by the KHP show the vehicle came to a stop just short of the wires.
The storms that impacted Kansas were part of a system moving out of the Central Plains into the mid-Mississippi River Valley. Scattered strong thunderstorms moved across the region from Monday into Monday night.
The National Weather Service (NWS) office in Kansas City, Missouri, said a line of thunderstorms had the potential to produce winds of 70 to 80 mph along the Interstate 35 corridor.
Severe thunderstorms that tore through Missouri Monday also were blamed for the death of one person after trees fell on a home.
The Bates County Sheriff's Office told FOX4 the incident was reported around 10:30 a.m.
Deputies along with the Butler Fire Department, Amsterdam Fire and the Bates County EMS responded to the scene where authorities used chainsaws and a large excavator. Sutton Construction Company of Butler also responded with an excavator to help in rescue efforts, FOX4 reported.
Officials said the person in the home eventually was found dead. The victim's name has yet to be released.
Forecasters said the system behind the severe weather in the Midwest will move east, bringing rain and the possibility of snow to inland locations as Arctic air rushes in.
"The system that brought hail and the damaging winds across portions of the Midwest is on the move, and that's going to bring the potential for showers and thunderstorms for the Appalachians up towards the Northeast," Fox News senior meteorologist Janice Dean said Tuesday on "Fox & Friends."