UNDATED (WHBL) - The middle-third of Wisconsin got the brunt of Tuesday's snowstorm, as places that were expecting two-inches had a lot more. Stevens Point received the most with 10 inches. Friendship, Eau Claire, and Mosinee picked up around nine-inches. Wausau and Neillsville had around eight, and Green Bay seven-and-a-half. Three people were killed about 1:15 yesterday afternoon, when a car and a propane truck collided in Oneida County on Highway 51 in the town of Cassian. Sheriff's officials said the snow was probably a factor, but they're still investigating. In Marathon County, blowing snow was blamed for a chain-reaction crash involving about 20-vehicles on Interstate-39 near Knowlton, north of Stevens Point. Three people were taken to hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries. Northbound I-39 has since re-opened. Winds hit 55-miles-an-hour in Sheboygan. In the Appleton area, planes were grounded yesterday afternoon at the Outagamie County Regional Airport in a battle to keep runways open. The Central Wisconsin Airport at Mosinee had two flights canceled, and a few others were delayed. Lesser amounts of snow fell in the northern and southern thirds of Wisconsin. The Madison and Milwaukee regions had about 3-to-4 inches.