A log cabin home in north Christian County was damaged by fire Sunday evening.
The call went out around 7:30 of a home on fire at 14207 Madisonville Road, about two miles north of Crofton.
The occupants of the residence were able to get out without injury, with fire-fighters from Crofton and Mannington getting the blaze under control by ten minutes after 8.
The roadway had to be shut down temporarily and a few neighboring homes lost electricity due to the blaze.
Photo provided by Cadiz Police
Cadiz Police are asking for the public’s help in finding whoever ran into Cadiz Family Care Clinic and did significant damage recently.
A news release says the incident happened Saturday at 261 Main, where someone collided with the front of the building with their vehicle—causing damage to the structure and windows. The estimated cost of repairs is listed between 500 and 1,000 dollars.
Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call Cadiz Police.
A Central City man was taken to the hospital and then to jail after a motorcycle wreck in Muhlenberg County Sunday.
Kentucky State Police say the incident happened around 2am on Kentucky 1379, when 34-year old Jeremy Fuller of Central City was northbound on his motorcycle and ran off the left side of the road.
Fuller was thrown from his bike and landed on the pavement. He was taken to Muhlenberg County Community Hospital and treated for his injuries, before being lodged in the Muhlenberg County Jail on DUI charges.
A Calloway County wreck Sunday afternoon injured two.
The report from Kentucky State Police says 23-year old Isaiah Currie of Murray was northbound on KY 641 just after 2:30pm when he ran off the right shoulder of the road. His vehicle overturned several times before finally coming to rest.
Currie and his passenger—21-year old Cassius Morton of Memphis—were taken by ambulance to Murray-Calloway County Hospital where they were treated and released.
The condition of the child injured in a fatal wreck at the intersection of Cox Mill Road and KY 117 Friday afternoon has improved some.
Officials at Vanderbilt University Medical Center say the 4-year old boy is in critical, but stable condition after being listed as only “critical” for several hours following the wreck.
The two-vehicle collision just after noon Friday claimed the life of the boy’s mother—27-year old Crystal Ramey of Roaring Springs. Ms. Ramey was pronounced dead on the scene after she entered the intersection just past the stop sign headed toward Hopkinsville on Cox Mill and was struck in the passenger side by a vehicle driven by 41-year old Shane Board of Eddyville, who did not have to stop at the intersection.
Board, who was driving a pickup pulling a trailer loaded with residential dumpsters, was treated for his injuries at Jennie Stuart Medical Center.
The child’s first name was never released by police and officials at Vanderbilt can’t release it due to HIPPA privacy regulations.