A wreck just after 6 p.m. Thursday at the 91 mile marker of Interstate 24 sent two people to the hospital.A truck driven Lexi Hedden, Hopkinsville, traveling west hit a concrete barrier guardrail on the left side of the road, then came back across the westbound lanes. The truck then hit a gu…
A wreck on Fort Campbell Boulevard at the Tennessee-Kentucky line resulted in a mother and two children being taken to the hospital just after 7 p.m. Friday.
A Monday afternoon wreck on LaFayette Road involving a truck and trailer damaged several road signs, a cornfield and sent a Hopkinsville man to the hospital, according to an accident report.
A woman had to be cut from her SUV after a wreck involving a tractor-trailer on Interstate 24 in Trigg County on Tuesday shortly after 3 p.m.
An Elkton man in a dump truck collided with a slow-moving car Monday in Warren County, and a passenger inside the smaller vehicle did not survive, according to Kentucky State Police.
A Tennessee man suffered fatal injuries Saturday afternoon in a wreck on the Lawrence Memorial Bridge over Lake Barkley that injured two others, according to Kentucky State Police.
A Trenton man on a 2003 Harley Davidson motorcycle ran into a 1998 GMC pickup truck just before 7 p.m. Thursday in Todd County, according to Kentucky State Police.
A former Christian County magistrate remains in critical condition after he reportedly suffered a medical emergency while driving Thursday morning on North Main Street and hit a utility pole.
Four people were sent to the hospital following a wreck on Pembroke Oak Grove Road at Tandy Lane around 2 p.m. Thursday. Two of the individuals sustained injuries that appear to be severe.
A single-car wreck on Pembroke-Oak Grove Road sent a Hopkinsville man to the hospital after he had a seizure, causing him to drive his car off the road, according to an accident report.
A Cadiz man was taken to the hospital for injuries that were not believed to be life-threatening after a rollover accident just before 10 a.m. on Beechy Fork Road in Trigg County.
Tiffany L. Blythe, 32, Hopkinsville, who was making a turn onto Lindwood Drive from McLean Avenue at 1:51 p.m. Wednesday, heard tires screech before her red minivan was rear-ended by a silver car driven by Betty J. Willhite, 75, Lewisburg, said Hopkinsville public safety officer Tyler Hancock.
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