A Manhattan man was among three injured in a crash this week in Marshall County.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says it happened around noon Wednesday at the junction of US-36 and K-99 involving an SUV and a pickup. Authorities say the SUV was southbound when it missed a stop sign at the junction and was struck on the passenger side by the the eastbound pickup.
The driver and passenger of the SUV both sustained serious injuries and were transported to Bryan Medical Center in Lincoln for treatment. They were identified in the crash report as 57-year-old Ning Wang, of Stillwater, Oklahoma and 76-year-old Naiqian Zhang, of Manhattan.
The pickup driver, 72-year-old Daniel Broxterman, of Seneca, was transported to Nemaha Valley Community Hospital for serious injuries.
Authorities said all three involved were wearing the seat belts.