A previously unreported single vehicle accident involving a deer on the Pembroke Road sent a Pembroke-area man to Jennie Stuart Medical Center.
Injured in the mishap which occurred just before 6 Thursday evening was 47-year old Marston Powell of 3035 Stokes Road to Jennie Stuart Medical Center.
The report from sheriff's Deputy Lyn Moe says Powell was traveling south on U.S.41 when a deer ran into his path and he couldn't avoid impact.
Powell was wearing his seat belt.
More details are now known about the double-shooting on McHenry Street from early Sunday morning.
The report from Hopkinsville Police says officers received a report of a woman with a gunshot wound to the leg near the 2000 block of McHenry a few minutes after midnight. On the way to the scene, the ECC received a second call of a male shot in the stomach.
When police arrived, they found 18-year old Brooklyn Adams of Hopkinsville with a gunshot wound about four inches above her knee and 24-year old James Kyle of Hopkinsville with a single gunshot wound just below his ribcage.
Both victims were taken to Jennie Stuart Medical Center, though Kyle would later be flown by helicopter to Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The report says the victims are unrelated to each other.
Witnesses identified the shooter as 25-year old Desmond Daniel of Hopkinsville and officers got consent to search his girlfriend’s residence on where he was located. The arrest card for Daniel says they found a gun with the serial number scratched off in the home in addition to a small quantity of marijuana.
Daniel was taken to the police station and interviewed and arrested shortly after 5am on two counts of first degree assault and one count of possession of a defaced firearm. He was lodged in the Christian County Jail on 25-thousand dollars bond. He will appear in Christian District Court Wednesday.
A single-vehicle wreck on Fort Campbell Boulevard at the Masonville Overpass injured two people.
Sent by ambulance to Jennie Stuart Medical Center just before 5am were 19-year old Megan Terry of Hopkinsville and 26-year old Eric Reynolds of Morrison, Tennessee.
Ms. Terry told police a deer crossed into her path, causing her to swerve and over-correct. Her car collided with a guardrail connected to the overpass, before finally coming to rest.
Both occupants of the vehicle were wearing a seat belt and were treated for injuries to the arms and hands.
Five people were injured in a two-vehicle wreck at Fort Campbell Boulevard and Old Clarksville Pike yesterday afternoon.
The report from Hopkinsville Police says 40-year old Tammy McKeel of Sharon Grove was attempting to pull out of the Walgreens parking lot to go northbound on the boulevard.
Ms. McKeel said she didn’t see any oncoming traffic, but turned into the path of 29-year old Cenina Greenwade of Hopkinsville. Ms. Greenwade said she never saw McKeel’s vehicle until they collided.
Ms. Greenwade and her four passengers—30-year old Jewel Manning, 16-year old Jaquayvion Greenwade, 41-year old Lisa Greenwade and 10-year old Demerius Williams were all taken to Jennie Stuart Medical Center as a precaution for back and neck pain. Ms McKeel went uninjured.