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Posted: Tuesday, 03 September 2013 8:10PM

Four Injured In Caldwell Crash

Two people were flown to an Evansville hospital following a two vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon in Caldwell County. According to the Caldwell County Sheriff's Department, a van driven by 48-year old Jurild Stanley, of White Plains, was southbound on Kentucky 139 South, just south of the intersection with Kentucky 1272, near Davis Greenhouses, when, for unknown reasons, the van crossed the center line and struck another van driven by 52-year old Candice Lagrow, of Cadiz, head on.

Lagrow and a passenger in the Stanley van, 46-year old Lisa Stanley, of White Plains, were both flown to Deaconess Hospital. Jurild Stanley was transported to Caldwell Medical Center, where he was treated and released. A passenger in the Lagrow van, 24-year old Kelley Willis, of Hopkinsville, was treated at the scene and refused transport. The Caldwell County Sheriff's Department was assisted by Caldwell County EMS and Princeton Fire and Rescue. The accident occurred around 1:24pm Tuesday.

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