By The Associated Press / Associated Press WriterKANSAS CITY, Mo.
(AP) A state park in Missouri has closed to vehicles because of a rare virus, the latest in a series of road closures that have left travelers frustrated.
State parks spokesman Mike Ellerbe says the Missouri State Highway Patrol is investigating what caused the road closures.
There are no other reported cases of the virus.
State Parks Superintendent Steve Caudill says a park ranger is among those who have been infected.
A spokesperson for the Kansas Department of Transportation says the agency is working to figure out how to reopen roads to motor vehicles, including at Missouri State Parks.
Eric Greitens office says the governor was briefed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Saturday about the spread of the coronavirus.
He said he is confident the state parks system is up to the task.