Four Hurt in Crash Involving Three Vehicles
By West Kentucky Star Staff
WEST PADUCAH, KY - Four people were hurt in a three-vehicle collision Monday morning near Future City.

McCracken County Sheriff's Department responded just before 10:30 am to the intersection of old U.S. Highway 60 and Kelly Road. Their investigation determined that 32-year-old Victoria Edwards of West Paducah came to the intersection and pulled into the path of a vehicle driven by 52-year-old Lisa Carter of Barlow, who was westbound on old Highway 60. The vehicles collided, and Edwards' vehicle was forced into the parking lot of Mansfield's Auto Parts, where it hit a vehicle driven by 42-year-old Gregory Morris of Mayfield.

Carter and her passengers, 69-year-old Julia Harper, 52-year-old Mark Pope, and 54-year-old Virginia Pope, all of Barlow, were taken to Baptist Health Paducah by Mercy EMS for what appeared to be non-life-threatening injuries.

West McCracken Fire Department helped at the scene.

Published 07:39 PM, Monday Jan. 26, 2015
Updated 11:41 AM, Tuesday Jan. 27, 2015

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