Leavenworth County deputies responded to an overturned vehicle Sunday on Easton Road. And about an hour later, deputies responded to an accident on another section of Easton Road, according to an official with the Sheriff's Office.

Leavenworth County deputies responded to an overturned vehicle Sunday on Easton Road. And about an hour later, deputies responded to an accident on another section of Easton Road, according to an official with the Sheriff's Office.

The first crash was reported at 11:41 a.m. at Easton Road, or Kansas 192 Highway, and 215th Street.

A 45-year-old woman was driving a 2004 Honda Odyssey when the vehicle slid off the road and rolled onto its side in a ditch. The minivan struck a fence pole, and this prevented the vehicle from rolling onto its roof, according to Undersheriff Jim Sherley.

The driver's son was able to exit the vehicle through a passenger door following the accident. But the driver was concerned she would cause the vehicle to roll onto its roof if she attempted to climb out. Firefighters removed the vehicle's windshield, allowing the driver to get out of the minivan.

No injuries were reported.

The second crash was reported at 12:35 p.m. at Easton and Mt. Olivet roads.

A 34-year-old woman was driving a Subaru Outback. The vehicle exited the roadway, sliding backward down the steep grade of a ditch, according to Sherley.

The driver's husband arrived at the scene ahead of deputies and helped his wife and their youngest child out of the vehicle.

Deputies arrived and carried two other children out of the vehicle. Officers also helped the driver's 72-year-old mother out of the vehicle.

No injuries were reported.