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Crash in McCracken Co. sends 3 to hospital

(Source: McCracken County Sheriff's Department) (Source: McCracken County Sheriff's Department)
MCCRACKEN COUNTY, KY (KFVS) -

A two-vehicle crash in McCracken County, Kentucky sent three people to the hospital on Wednesday, Dec. 28.

Deputies responded to the intersection of Metropolis Lake and Ogden Landing after receiving the initial report Wednesday.

Upon further investigation, deputies learned that Kevin Seagrass, 46, of Grayson Kentucky, was traveling eastbound on Metropolis Lake Rd. in a 2011 Dodge pickup. Lee Hyde, 35, of Paducah and her six-year-old son were traveling northbound on Metropolis Lake in a 2015 Kia passenger car.

Seagrass stated that he was not familiar with the roads and did not see the stop sign. According to Seagrass, he went through the intersection and was unable to avoid crossing into the path of Hyde. Hyde struck Seagrass’ vehicle on Metropolis Lake, causing his vehicle to flip onto its side.

All three were taken to local hospitals for non-incapacitating injuries.

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