A 3-vehicle crash left one person in critical condition, and one car rolled over on I-64 in Louisville, police report.
The accident occurred on I-64 near Oxmoor Avenue, just a short distance west of Oxmoor Country Club, police said. At least three vehicles were involved in the collision, Louisville police and EMS reported.
A driver of one of the cars sustained serious injuries, LMPD and EMS stated. Additionally, two other individuals who were traveling in the same vehicle suffered minor injuries. Consequently, medical responders assessed these two adults, but they declined further treatment.
Incidentally, the three people who were injured all traveled in the car that crashed into the minivan. Meanwhile, police said that the third car involved in the crash only suffered minimal scratching.
According to authorities, EMS transported the three injured people to a nearby hospital for medical treatment. The driver of the minivan stayed at the scene, however. Injuries reported by EMS included head and neck injuries, with back and hip injuries as well.
It is still unclear who caused the crash; investigations are ongoing.
Dr. Brian Elias, from The Accident and Injury Team, commented on the crash. “We are sorry to hear about this multi-vehicle crash that occurred here in Louisville. Please remember to obey the speed limit and always drive defensively. We wish everyone involved a speedy recovery. Additionally, we hope investigators can quickly determine the cause of the crash.”
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