Four injured in Hopkins Co. crash | News
Four people were injured in an wreck Tuesday afternoon in Hopkins County.
The Hopkins County Sheriff's Office responded to the intersection of Greenville Road and Concord Drive in White Plains, Kentucky around 4:00 p.m
Deputies say 66-year-old Harold Broyles, of Graham, was pulling out of a driveway onto Greenville Road, right into the path of another car heading west.
The two vehicles collided and Broyles was thrown from his truck. Broyles was taken to Baptist Health Hospital. He was then flown to St. Mary's in Evansville and is in critical condition.
The driver of the other vehicle, 35-year-old Liberty Cooley of Earlington, and her two juvenile passengers were taken to Baptist Health with injuries as well.
Cooley and one of the juveniles are in stable condition and the other juvnile is listed in critical condition.
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