|Clarksville Police respond to multiple wrecks|
Clarksville Police say a combination of hazardous road conditions and driver errors resulted in 23 crashes, with 13 of those wreck resulting in injuries from 7 a.m. through 10 a.m. today.
Police say the majority of the crashes happened on Interstate 24 between Exits 1 and 11 and that one of the more serious injury crashes occurred around 7:15 a.m. when a 32 year old woman, who was 19 weeks pregnant, lost control on the ice covered bridge near exit 4 and flipped several times until it came to rest in a ditch.
Police say the woman was taken by ambulance to Gateway Medical Center and then transferred to Vanderbilt in stable condition with multiple fractures and head trauma.
Meanwhile, Hopkinsville Police say this morning was quiet on area roadways with Officer Paul Ray giving details about the activity from midnight to noon today.
Officer Ray joins other law enforcement officials in reminding area motorists to always use caution while driving during inclement weather and that motorists are allowed to go under the speed limit as a safety precaution.
Officer Ray also reminds area motorists to always obey traffic laws, to wear a seatbelt and to never text and drive, especially when road conditions are bad.