Two people are hurt when a car goes airborne and crashes.
According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 90-year-old Earl Hanna was driving a Toyota Prius, headed east on K 61 Highway. As he approached the intersection with Interstate 135, he drove off the road. The car went airborne, struck the ground, then struck KDOT fencing.
Hanna was hurt, as was a passenger, 79-year-old Rhonda Hanna. Both were transported to the hospital in McPherson.
Troopers say that both of the Hannas, who are from Littleton, Colorado, were buckled up.
The crash happened Sunday morning on K 61 Highway two miles south of the McPherson exit in McPherson County.