Employees of nearby businesses assist first responders in 7-vehicle crash
LAWRENCEBURG, Ind. (WXIX) - One woman is hospitalized after a crash involving seven vehicles in Lawrenceburg on Tuesday afternoon, Lawrenceburg Police Chief David Schneider said.
According to the Lawrenceburg Police Department, officers responded to a crash at the intersection of Tanner’s Creek Drive and US 50 at approximately 1:43 p.m.
Chief Schneider says 26-year-old Kaitlyn Stallard, 26, of Horse Cave, Kentucky, was trapped in her vehicle.
Stallard had to be cut loose from her vehicle and was taken by helicopter to University of Cincinnati Medical Center, according to a news release from the Lawrenceburg Police Department.
In addition, six other vehicles were damaged and two men were taken to St. Elizabeth Dearborn with minor injuries, the release said.
“We would also like to acknowledge contributions made by the businesses and employees of Steak and Shake and UDF to first responders on the scene,” Chief Schneider said.
Eight different agencies were dispatched to the scene.
Police are still investigating what may have caused the crash.
The woman’s condition is unknown.
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