Edmonson Voice Staff
A two-vehicle collision sent four people to the hospital today, including three juveniles in a serious crash near Nolin Lake around 5pm.
According to officials, Jasmine Agnew, 17, of Bear Creek was driving north in a 2002 Ford Mustang on KY HWY 1827 (Briar Creek Road) when she apparently crossed the center line and struck a 2002 Ford F150 driven by Jeffery Burd, 48, of Cave City.
Officials said Miss Agnew had to be removed from her vehicle via JAWS of Life, which took approximately an hour to complete. It was reported that she suffered a broken femur among other possible injuries. She was also carrying two juvenile passengers, a 12 year old female and an 8 year old male. Both passengers suffered cuts and bruises but it was unclear as to the severity of their injuries.
Mr. Burd was reported to have suffered a broken arm. His passenger, Dalton Broone, 21 of Hardyville was uninjured.
Air Evac was requested and landed near the scene; however, no one was transported by helicopter. It was the second day in a row Air Evac was requested in Edmonson County.
Miss Agnew and her passengers were transported to the Medical Center at Bowling Green via Edmonson EMS. Mr. Burd was transported to T.J. Sampson Hospital.
Responding to the scene was the Edmonson County Sheriff's Office, Kyrock Fire Department, JAWS of Life, Lincoln Fire Department, Edmonson EMS, and Air Evac.