Two people injured in two-car crash involving cow in McCracken Co. KY

Two people injured in two-car crash involving cow in McCracken Co. KY

MCCRACKEN COUNTY, KY (KFVS) - Two people were injured Thursday in a two-car crash in McCracken County, Kentucky.

On Thursday at approximately 3:45 p.m., deputies with the McCracken County Sheriff's Dept. responded to the area of I-24 west bound at the 2 mile marker for a report of a cow running in traffic.

While responding to this call, deputies were dispatched to respond to a two vehicle accident with entrapment and possible injuries.

Investigation showed a McCracken County Animal Control vehicle, operated by Kathryn Coleman, 58, of Paducah had been struck by a vehicle while attempting to corral a cow that was running on the interstate.

The other vehicle involved was operated by Eugene Campian, 70, of Jamestown North Carolina.

Coleman and Campian were transported to Baptist and Loudes ER's respectively by Mercy ambulance for non-incapacitating injuries.

Both vehicles were towed by Jason's Collision Center.

The cause of the accident is still under investigation.

McCracken County Sheriff's Department was assisted at the scene by Mercy Ambulance, Concord Volunteer Fire Dept., Paducah Fire Dept., and Jasons Collision Center.

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