The two women flown to Vanderbilt University Medical Center after a wreck in Todd County Sunday afternoon are expected to survive their injuries, as is the man injured in a motorcycle wreck Sunday evening in Hopkinsville.
A spokesperson at Vanderbilt says 46-year old Diana Allen of Springfield, Tennessee and 22-year old Amanda Traughber of Elkton are both in stable condition. Ms. Allen was the driver and Ms. Traughber a passenger of a car “t-boned” by a U-Haul moving van at the intersection of U.S. 68-80 and KY 181 around 3:30pm.
Kentucky State Police say Ms. Allen was attempting to make a left turn off 68 to head south toward Elkton and drove into the van’s path, leaving 29-year old Stephen Lee of Bowling Green with no time avoid a collision.
The two women were flown from the scene to Vanderbilt, while two juvenile passengers in the back were taken by ambulance to Jennie Stuart to be checked out.
Meanwhile, the Vanderbilt spokesperson says 29-year old Caleb Smith of Hopkinsville is also in stable condition after wrecking his motorcycle at the intersection of Bradshaw Road and Calvin Drive around 6:30pm.
Smith lost control of his bike in some gravel, according to the Hopkinsville Police report, which says he ran off the road and into a barrier, ejecting him to the ground. Smith was not wearing a helmet.