4 hurt in crash on I-135 near Park City

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PARK CITY, Kan. (KAKE) -

Four people have been hurt, one of them critically, in a crash involving multiple vehicles on Interstate 135. 

The crash happened shortly after 3 p.m. Tuesday in the northbound lanes near 101st Street, north of Park City. A dispatcher confirmed one person was in critical condition and three others suffered minor injuries. 

The Kansas Highway Patrol says the crash happened in traffic that was backed up hours after a cattle truck overturned earlier in the day. 

Additional information was not immediately available. 

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