Father and son injured in crash on I-24

Bad winter weather is being blamed for a two vehicle crash on Interstate 24 in Christian County Monday morning.

Kentucky State Police say a pick-up truck was heading east on I-24 when the driver lost control on the snow covered road.

The truck crossed both lanes of traffic, hit a cable barrier, and then stopped in the left bound lane of I-24 between the 70 and 71 mile marker.

The driver, 38-year-old Brian Stevens of LaVergne, Tennessee, and his 16-year-old son Gabrial Stevens were able to get out of the truck.

A semi-truck being driven by 58-year-old Henry Reuter of Genoa, Wisconsin then came upon the scene. 

Reuter did not see the pick-up truck and hit it.

The pick-up truck then his Stevens and his son.

Brian Stevens was taken to a local hospital where he was treated and released. Gabrial Stevens was taken to the Gateway Medical Center in Clarksville, Tennessee.

Reuter was not injured.

An investigation is ongoing.

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