MADISONVILLE, KY — Melena Lamb and Douglas Watts were hurt in a two-vehicle accident between a car and a pickup truck that happened in Madisonville, Kentucky on Thursday, December 18th, 2014. The news article released by SURF KY said that the accident happened around 5:45 Thursday evening.
52-year-old Melena Lamb and 51-year-old Douglas Watts were hurt when a Chrysler Lebaron and a Chevrolet pickup truck collided while driving on Highway 41A. Police said that Lamb’s vehicle was pulling lout of a parking lot when it collided with the pickup truck.
Lamb and Watts were taken by EMS personnel to a nearby hospital with unspecified injuries.
Madisonville Police are helping Highway Patrol officials with the accident investigation.
Scene of the Accident
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