There was a multi-vehicle accident on Friday on westbound K-10, just east of K-7, in Lenexa.

There were no serious injuries, but it did cause a backup.

According to the Kansas Highway Patrol's crash log, a 2010 Ford F150 with two people inside was legally parked on the right shoulder to fix a load on a trailer when a 2011 Dodge Ram moved into the left lane to give them space.

A second Ford F150, a model from 2000, was in the left lane, however, and it made contact with the Dodge.

That second F150 lost control and rolled into the first one, which was still on the shoulder.

All three drivers, as well as the passenger in the first F150, were injured.

Pictures taken by Kansas Governor Jeff Colyer’s Communications Director showed the governor helping a man involved in the crash.

“After seeing a major accident on K-10, @DrJeffColyer’s first instinct was to stop the car and help this gentleman,” Kendall Marr said on Twitter.

Wow. As if I needed more evidence of what kind of a person our governor is - after seeing a major accident on k10 @DrJeffColyer's 1st instinct was to stop the car and help this gentleman. Incedibly proud to work for leader with a real heart for service. #ksleg #colyercrew— Kendall Marr (@kendallmarr) June 29, 2018

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