Two-Vehicle Injury Collision On KY 91
Date of News Release: 09/23/2014
Princeton, KY (Caldwell County) - The Kentucky State Police investigated a two-vehicle, injury collision that occurred on KY 91, approximately six miles north of Princeton, on Tuesday, September 23, 2014, at 8:20 a.m.
The preliminary investigation revealed that Connie Beverly, 58, of Marion, was operating a 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt northbound on KY 91. Jonathon Chewning, 27, of Princeton, was operating a 2006 Ford Ambulance southbound on KY 91. The ambulance was transporting a patient, Amber Woolsey, 17, of Fredonia, who was involved in an earlier injury collision.
As Ms. Beverly topped a hill, a vehicle in front of her came to a stop. Ms. Beverly applied her brakes and swerved into the southbound lane where her vehicle struck the ambulance.
Ms. Beverly, who was wearing a seatbelt, was transported via ambulance to the Caldwell Medical Center for treatment. There were no passengers in her vehicle.
Mr. Chewning and the other two ambulance personnel, Jennifer Beckett, 57, and Jason Key, 43, both of Princeton, were transported via ambulance to the Caldwell Medical Center for treatment. Mr. Chewning was wearing a seatbelt. Ms. Beckett and Mr. Key were in the back of the ambulance attending to the patient.
Ms. Woolsey was transported via ambulance to the Caldwell Medical Center then flown to Deaconess for treatment of injuries sustained in her previous collision.
Trooper Luis Palmer investigated the collision. The Caldwell County Sheriff's Department, Caldwell County EMS, and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet assisted at the scene.