A three-vehicle crash along Interstate 70 Friday night east of Salina was caused by a deer.
According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, a 2007 Pontiac passenger car and a 2018 Toyota passenger car were both headed east on I-70 in the driving lane.
The Toyota struck a deer, and then was rear-ended by the Pontiac and pushed into the median.
After rear-ending the Toyota, the Pontiac then veered to the right and side swiped a 2018 Ford Van.
One person, the driver of the Toyota, was hurt. She is identified as 19-year-old Makayla Coons from White City. She was transported by EMS to the hospital in Salina.
The crash happened at around 6:30 Friday night in Saline County east of Salina, 2.6 miles west of Solomon Road on Interstate 70.