Henderson, KY 2/1/2022– Firefighter with the Henderson Fire Department walked outside their station on Tuesday to find quite the scene after a truck strikes a power pole.
Emergency Responders were called to the intersection of Washington and Green Street in reference to a vehicle accident with possible injuries just before 8AM involving a large truck which had completely broke a power pole. The driver of the dump truck, Chad Stuckey from Indiana, told police he was heading south on Green Street when another vehicle, driven by Katelyn Carter from Henderson, made a left turn heading west on Washington. Stuckey says he was unable to stop before the two vehicles collided. Stuckey also says he attempted to avoid Carter but in the process struck a utility pole at the corner of Washington and Green Street snapping it in half.
Carter was transported to Deaconess Henderson for evaluation of her injuries. Officials say the intersection was shutdown for utility repair from 8AM to 5PM.
Henderson, KY 1/31/22- Just before 8AM on Monday, responders from Deaconess EMS, Henderson Fire and Police were called to the US Hwy 60 E Exit Ramp to 41 N Southbound for the report of a two car vehicle accident with injuries.
According to officials with the Henderson Police, Audra Nalley, 17 of Henderson, advised she was traveling southbound behind Kylie Givens, 17 of Henderson, on the US 60 E off ramp to take Highway 41 southbound. She told police traffic came to a stop abruptly and she could not avoid Givens. Nalley rear-ended Givens. Givens was transported to Deaconess ER Henderson for non-life threatening injuries. The other parties involved were not injured.
Henderson KY 1/31/21- Responders were again called on Monday to an accident with injuries in the 800 block of South Alves Street involving a school bus. Involved parties advised the school bus side swiped a parked car in front of South Middle School occupied by one person. Deaconess EMS transported the occupant of the car to the hospital complaining of back pain.