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Two-Vehicle Injury Collision on the Western Kentucky Parkway

Date of News Release: 06/15/2015

Greenville, KY (Muhlenberg County) - The Kentucky State Police investigated a two-vehicle, injury collision that occurred at the 50 Mile Marker on the Western Kentucky Parkway, on Tuesday, June 16, 2015, at 04:30 p.m.

The preliminary investigation revealed that Natasha Horning 33, of Clay was operating a 2004 Saturn westbound on the Western Kentucky Parkway when she struck the rear end of a 1993 Toyota Mini-van, operated by Steven Limmer, 54 of Burton, MI. The collision caused the Mini-van to cross the median and cross the east bound lane. Mr. Limmer's vehicle then overturned, where it came to rest on the south side of the roadway. Ms. Horning's vehicle entered the median where it began to slide sideways. It came to rest in the median.

Ms. Horning and her Juvenile passenger were both wearing seat belts and were not injured in the collision. Mr. Limmer and his wife, Brenda Limmer, 55 of Burton, MI were both wearing seat belts and both transported via ambulance to the Muhlenberg Community Hospital where they were treated for their injuries.

Trooper Jacob Fortney investigated the collision and was assisted by Captain J.W Gibson, Sergeant Matthew Jordan and Trooper Curtis Crick. The Graham Fire Department, Central City Fire Department and Muhlenberg County EMS assisted at the scene.