READERS' CHOICE

Time to vote! Click on any ad to access categories and vote for your favorite businesses to be the Readers' Choice selections.

Calendar
June 2012
S M T W T F S
27 28 29 30 31 01 02

Click here to submit an event.

Two-vehicle wreck on I-24 injures child

Staff report

A wreck on I-24 Sunday afternoon sent a 5-year-old to the hospital.

Penny Free, 63, of Paducah was traveling east on I-24 around 3:30 with her granddaughter, Brandy Free. Due to inclement weather, Free lost control of her car, a 1995 Buick Roadmaster, causing her to spin and strike a semi truck traveling behind her, deputy Lindsey Miller of the McCracken County Sheriff's department said in a news release.

Clyde Tatum, 54, of Detroit was driving the semi. Both vehicles ended up in the median of the interstate, and one lane of traffic was closed for about 45 minutes while the semi was pulled from the median, Miller said.

Brandy Free was taken to the hospital for non life-threatening injuries. Mercy Regional EMS and the Reidland Fire Department assisted.

Comments made about this article - 0 Total

Comment on this article

Your comment has been submitted for approval
captcha fa8c19f41f044a71adcff68f9007f06b
Top Classifieds
  • Bedroom Suites New in Boxes. 6pc. sle ... Details
  • PILLOW TOPmattress sets NEW in pl ... Details
  • SAWMILLS from only $4397 - MAKE & ... Details
  • 8 ft. Wheel Disk 270-851-7882 or 270 ... Details
  • Details
  • Beautifully updated 2bdr, 1.5ba condo ... Details
  • FAIRHURST BUILDING Professional Offic ... Details
  • SEEING is believing! Don't buy p ... Details
  • 3 bdrm. 3 bath, 2450 sq. ft. in Weste ... Details
  • 2010 Mercury Mariner SUV, 4 cyl., Pre ... Details

Most Popular
  1. Little demand, big deals
  2. Don and Bettie Edwards
  3. When school's out, campuses play host to summer programs
  1. Calloway's Woods wins state wrestling title
  2. Study: Surgeons rude to patients may pose problem in OR
  3. Paducah police promotions
  1. Little demand, big deals
  2. When school's out, campuses play host to summer programs
  3. LBL Advisory Board meeting set March 2
Discussion

Check out these recently discussed stories and voice your opinion...