Edmonson Voice Staff Report
Emergency personnel responded to an injury collision on Saturday, June 18th at approximately 6:15 pm at 2326 KY HWY 259 North.
According to the Edmonson County Sheriff's Office, Ms. Barbara J. Hardin, 26 of Scottsville, was driving a blue Dodge Caravan as she pulled out of a driveway in an attempt to go south. Officials also said that Amy Pate, 34 of Bee Spring, was driving a black Inifiniti northbound on 259N and struck the right front bumper of the caravan.
According to reports, the Infiniti then crossed the yellow line and began to skid as it made a 180 degree turn facing south bound in the process. Officials said the Infiniti then exited the roadway in the northbound lane completing a full rollover down an embankment coming to final rest.
Official reports said that Pate, the operator of the Infiniti, was transported to the Medical Center at Bowling Green by Edmonson EMS for neck and back pain.
Hardin, the operator of the Caravan, was reported to have refused medical treatment along with her four children that were in the car. The Caravan only showed minor damage to the front of the vehicle. Hardin was also issued a citation of failure of owner to maintain required insurance, first offense.
The wreck was the sixth accident with injuries within a one week period in Edmonson County.