Two vehicle wreck sends two to hospital
JUNCTION CITY — Police responded to a two-vehicle injury collision at about 5 p.m. Sunday on U.S. 127 at Knob Lick Road.
Archie Colvin, 45, of Junction City was crossing U.S. 127 from east to west Knob Lick¿Road when he allegedly struck a van being driven by Amy Caudill of Hustonville as she was traveling southbound. There were four minors in Caudill’s van, and all five passengers were wearing seat belts.
The minors were treated on-scene, Caudill was transported via ambulance to McDowell hospital due to injuries sustained from airbag deployment.
Colvin was not wearing a seat belt, according to police. He was flown to University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center in Lexington. His condition is listed as fair this morning.
The cause of the collision is still under investigation.
Bicyclist hits car
Failure to stop at a sign caused a bicyclist to ride into the side of a car at about 7:40 p.m. at the junction of Waveland Avenue and Lincoln Avenue Friday night.
According to Danville Police, no one was injured in the incident.
Students injured in Tenn. bus crash
SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, Tenn. (AP) — A bus carrying Kentucky college students has crashed on Signal Mountain in southeastern Tennessee.
WRCB-TV in Chattanooga reported a brake problem caused the charter bus carrying students from Kentucky Wesleyan College to run over a small hill beside the road. The station reported the bus went airborne.
There were 40 people aboard, including the driver.
A Hamilton County 911 dispatcher told the Messenger-Inquirer of Owensboro, Ky., 22 people were taken to hospitals after the accident Sunday night. Police said none had life-threatening injuries.
The newspaper reported the students were members of the Kentucky Wesleyan Singers.
BB shots fired
Police responded to a call of a possible gunshot fired on Caldwell Street on Friday night.
Upon arrival, they found a window had been broken on the homeowner’s front door. A BB was found but no suspects were named in the incident.