UPDATE: Sunday Morning Interstate Crash
KSAL Staff - April 12, 2015 9:29 am
Photo from Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper JL Riedel
Neither driver was hurt in a crash involving two semis, one of them hauling a load of logs, early Sunday morning on Interstate 70 west of Salina.
According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, the truck hauling logs was rear ended by the otter semi. The driver of the semi that collided with the truck hauling logs was trapped, and had to be extracted by firefighters from the cab of the semi
Westbound lanes of the interstate were closed for about one hour as crews worked the scene.
The crash happened at around 7:00 Sunday morning, about 16 miles west of Salina.
A two-vehicle crash prompted a section of Interstste 70 west of Salina to be temporarily closed early Sunday morning.
According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, the crash happened at around 7:00 in the morning in Lincoln County. It involved two semis.
Both westbound lanes of the interstate were closed while crews were worked to free a driver who was trapped. By 9:00 the road was back open.
There were no serious injuries in the crash.