Three people are hurt in crashes on rural roads in Ottawa County.
According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, the first crash happened at 3:10 in the afternoon Saturday on U.S. 81 Highway.
A semi pulling a trailer headed east on Limestone Road failed to stop at a stop sign as it crossed the highway. A car traveling on U.S. 81 hit the trailer.
The 81-year-old driver of the semi was not hurt. The driver of the car, 37-year-old Chad Childs from Newton, was hurt. He was transported to the hospital in Salina. Trooper say both drivers were buckled up.
Thw second crash happened at 5:35 in the evening.
A pickup truck and International farm truck pullng a trailer were headed in opposite directions on 260th Road. Due to heavy dust from a semi in front of her, the driver of the International was unable to see, and hit the pickup head-on.
Both drivers were hurt and were transported to the hospital in Salina. They are 53-year-old Linda Aylward from Solomon and 60-year-old Thomas Brenneman from Solomon. Troopers say that neither was buckled up.