Family injured in McCracken County wreck

 A two vehicle wreck on Clarks River Road Wednesday afternoon sent one family to the hospital, according to the McCracken County Sheriff’s Department.

A Black 2010 Jeep Cherokee driven by 49-year-old James T. Springs collided with a 2002 Blue Toyota Highlander driven by 30-year-old Joseph D. Talbott on the McCracken County road around 2:13 p.m. Wednesday. 

The sheriff’s office says James Springs, 22-year-old Alisha Springs, 4-week-old Skyler Springs and 1-year-old Kyler Springs were all taken to a local emergency room for treatment of injuries. 

Deputies were assisted on the scene by Reidland-Farley Fire Department, Mercy Regional EMS, and Meadow’s Body Shop.

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