GOODLAND — A bull that got onto Interstate 70 east of Goodland caused three vehicles to crash, sending four people to the hospital at midnight Thursday.
The Kansas Highway Patrol reported the crashes happened at mile marker 21, about 2 miles east of Goodland.
The first vehicle to collide with the bull was a westbound 2017 Freightliner driven by Herman A. Massey, 43, St. Matthews, S.C. He was transported to Goodland Regional Medical Center with a possible injury.
A 2013 GMC Sierra driven by Christopher Dejiacomo, 53, Carlton, Ga., was in the passing lane and struck the bull. The GMC crossed the median and ended up in the eastbound lanes, according the KHP. Passenger Angela Dejiacomo, 51, also of Carlton, S.C., was transported to Goodland Regional with an injury.
A 2015 Ford F150 that was also in the passing lane then hit the bull, rolled and came to a stop on its driver’s side.
The driver and passenger of the F150, Michael Lee, 49, and Shelly Lee, 50, both of Evansville, Ind., were transported to the Goodland hospital with injuries.
All were using safety restraints, according to the KHP.