Update: 3 released from hosptial after US 60 crash in Crittenden County injures 4
2nd update: Keith Todd with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet reports the driver, Valina Yates, has been released from the hospital. The deputy jailer is being held for observation.
Two Kentucky Transportation Cabinet employees were treated and released from Crittenden County Hospital on Thursay, after they were struck by a vehicle involved in a work zone crash on US 60 East of Marion.
Update: The sheriff's department says Valina Yates, 37, was driving a Ford Explorer and crossed the center line before sideswiping a semi tractor-trailer.
Her vehicle spun, hit a guardrail, and ran into three people. Yates and the three pedestrians were taken to a hospital.
All but one was released.
CRITTENDEN COUNTY, Ky. - A crash on US 60 in Crittenden County injured four people and forced a lane closure this morning.
The crash involved a passenger vehicle, a log truck and a highway crew support vehicle, and occurred east of KY 654 around mile marker 16.
The identities and conditions of those injured are not yet known.
(Note: The above photo is of crews cleaning up the scene and directing traffic and comes from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.)