Collision at intersection of Fort Campbell Boulevard and Eagle Way injures two

A two-vehicle collision at around 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the intersection of Fort Campbell Boulevard and Eagle Way Bypass sent two people to Jennie Stuart Medical Center for minor injuries, according to a Hopkinsville police report.

Dona Land, 51, Hopkinsville, was driving west on Eagle Way approaching the intersection with Fort Campbell Boulevard.

Kendra Little, 20, Hopkinsville, was driving south on Fort Campbell Boulevard with her passenger, Emily Hammonds, 20, Hopkinsville, approaching the intersection with Eagle Way.

The report stated, Land told police that as she passed through the intersection, Little never stopped as she continued through the intersection, causing Land’s front end to collide with the front end of Little’s vehicle.

When officers arrived at the scene, they observed that the southbound traffic lights were flashing yellow and the westbound lights were flashing red, the report added. A witness also told officers that they observed that Little never slowed down before going through the intersection.

Little and Hammonds both complained of head and neck pain and were transported to JSMC. Land did not complain of any injuries.

Woman transported to Vanderbilt after overturning car on parkway

A woman was transported Saturday evening to Vanderbilt University Medical Center after she overturned her vehicle several times after leaving the roadway on the Pennyrile Parkway, according to a Christian County Sheriff’s report.

Christina M. Herp, 31, Troy, Indiana, was driving south on the parkway at about the 14 mile marker when she drifted off the left shoulder of the road, causing the left side tires to drop from the roadway.

Herp then tried to steer back onto the road and overcorrected, causing her vehicle to overturn an unknown number of times and came to rest right side up, facing north in the right lane of the southbound side of the parkway, the report stated.

Herp was then transported to Vanderbilt with severe injuries.

MLK Way and Pembroke Road intersection collision injures two drivers

A two-vehicle collision at 2:15 p.m. Sunday at the intersection of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Way and Pembroke Road sent both drivers to the hospital with minor injuries, according to a Hopkinsville police report.

D’Travion Edwards, 23, Hopkinsville, was driving north on Pembroke Road approaching the intersection while Jadyn Hicks, 18, Hopkinsville, was driving east on MLK Way approaching the intersection, the report said.

Edwards told police that he had just left work and was driving when he was struck. Hicks told officers that he was listening to music and not paying attention to the traffic light when he passed through the intersection.

Hicks continued to say he noticed Edwards and realized his light was red but didn’t have enough time to avoid the collision.

Edwards complained of chest and left knee pain while Hicks complained of lacerations to his arms and severe pain in his left arm. Both drivers were transported to Jennie Stuart Medical Center.

Man injured after hitting a deer with his motorcycle

A man was transported to Jennie Stuart Medical Center with moderate injuries at 6:40 p.m. Wednesday after he collided with a deer while driving his motorcycle on Old Palestine Road in Christian County, according to a Christian County Sheriff’s report.

Christopher J. Moore, 45, Crofton, told deputies when they arrived on scene, that he was driving north on Old Palestine Road when a deer jumped in front of him before jumping onto him and his motorcycle.

Moore was ejected to the left side of the road and landed in a ditch while his motorcycle skidded before coming to a stop on the right side of the road.

Moore was not wearing a helmet or protective clothing when found by deputies, the report added. Moore sustained minor to moderate injuries and was transported to JSMC.

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