The driver of an SUV who was injured in a wreck on Saturday at K-96 and Arlington roads in Haven has been released from the hospital, the Haven Police Department stated.

The HPD responded to the three-vehicle wreck around 3:21 p.m.

Chief Rob Pell said Victoria Hester, of Hutchinson, was headed west on K-96 in a 2018 Dodge Journey with her children in the SUV when 27-year-old Mitchell Wells, of Haven, tried to turn into Haven.

Hester, 36, hit the passenger side of Wells’ 2004 Ford Explorer and the vehicles careened into a third vehicle driven by 29-year-old Chase Johnson, of Haven.

Johnson was at the stop sign at Arlington and K-96 roads in a 2012 Ford F-150 when his vehicle was struck, Pell said.

Pell said Wells was cited for failure to yield.

All three vehicles were towed, he said, but he figured the two involved in the initial collision were totaled.

Pell said Hester was taken to the Hutchinson Regional Medical Center and has since been released.