A three car crash with a rollover sends two drivers to the hospital.
The crash happened shortly before 4:00 p.m. Monday on Sagamore Parkway.
West Lafayette police tell News 18 that the driver of a Ford Taurus failed to yield after leaving McDonalds.
That driver of the Taurus crossed the eastbound lanes and turned left into the westbound lanes hitting a black Nissan in the rear.
The driver of the Nissan then lost control, crossed the median on Sagamore Parkway and hit a silver SUV.
That SUV rolled over, coming to a rest on its top.
The drivers of the SUV and the black Nissan were both taken to the hospital. One driver was taken to Franciscan St. Elizabeth East and the other to Franciscan St. Elizabeth Central.
West Lafayette police tell News 18 that both drivers had non-life threatening injuries. The driver that failed to yield was uninjured.
No citations were issued, but West Lafayette police say citations are likely to be issued following an investigation.
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