TOPEKA (KSNT) – Two not likely mishaps tied up components of the Kansas Turnpike briefly on Tuesday.
According to the Kansas Freeway Patrol logs at 2:48 p.m. on Tuesday a 2012 Chevy Silverado on the Kansas turnpike, driven by a 60-yr-previous Mulvane lady, hit an air conditioner that was left in the roadway.
The incident happened at the 41-mile marker in Sedgewick County. No a person was very seriously hurt.
7 vehicles had been concerned in an incident on the Kansas Turnpike in Wyandotte County when a 2000 GMC Sierra staying pushed by a 52-calendar year-previous Missouri male dropped regulate of its rear tire.
The incident happened a 5:07 p.m.
A industrial vehicle swerved to miss the tire and strike a 2020 Ford Escape remaining driven by a 21-year-previous Kansas Metropolis lady. According to the Kansas Freeway Patrol, a black SUV then rear-ended a 2010 Lincoln staying driven by a 40-year-previous Basehor guy.
The tire then strike a vehicle pushed by a 31-calendar year-previous Kansas Metropolis guy and a 42-yr-outdated Kansas Metropolis driver in a 2004 Silverado.
There was one suspected minimal harm, however, there have been no severe injuries.