WILLIAMSON, W.Va. – A two vehicle collision at the busy Corridor G (U.S. 119) intersection and U.S. 52 near West Williamson (commonly referred to as the cut-through) early Friday morning sent three people to the hospital.
A red Dodge Stratus operated by Stephanie Bowling of Pikeville, Ky. suffered damage to the passenger side of the vehicle and the other vehicle, a gray Toyota Camry driven by Rhonda Sue Hatfield, address listed as Phelps, Ky. sustained significant damage to the front of the vehicle she was driving.
According to Williamson Fire Department (WFD) personnel the passenger in the vehicle operated by Bowling, had to be extricated from the vehicle, the extent of that person’s injuries is unknown; however, they did not appear to be life-threatening. She was transported to a local hospital by STAT Ambulance Service.
Hatfield was transported from the scene by Elite Ambulance Service; she was also taken to a local hospital.
Bowling refused medical treatment at the scene, but was later taken to the hospital by a family member.
It is uncertain as to the cause of the accident or if any citations were issued, calls to the Williamson Police Department, who investigated the collision have not been returned at this time.
Kendra Mahon is a reporter for the Wiliamson Daily News, she can be contacted at [email protected] or 304-235-4242 ext 2278.