A Mayfield woman and four passengers in her vehicle sustained injuries following a single-vehicle crash Wednesday, according to the Graves County Sheriff’s Office.
According to the report, Graves Sheriff’s deputies, Kentucky State Police and Mayfield/Graves County EMS were dispatched at approximately 3 p.m. to the 3000 block of Ky. 58 East. Deputy Marcus Burnett’s investigation of the collision showed that Krystle Harris, 35, was traveling east with her four children in the vehicle. Harris veered into the westbound lane and the path of a semi. Harris corrected and travelled off of the roadway to the right, striking a concrete culvert.
The impact caused the vehicle to flip a number of times before coming to rest on the south side of the highway on its driver side. Harris sustained a head injury during the collision. The passengers, 16-year-old Anthony Harris, 12-year-old Jordan Harris, 10-year-old Sophia Gamble, and 14-year-old Rayne Gamble, received minor, non-life threatening injuries.
All occupants were treated on scene by Mayfield/ Graves EMS and transported to Jackson Purchase Medical Center. The portion of 58 East was shut down for approximately one hour while the scene was cleared.
Deputy Burnett was assisted on scene by Sheriff Jon Hayden, Capt. Jeremy Prince, Sgt. Richard Edwards, Deputy Chris Mensinger, KSP Trooper Adam Jones, Mayfield/ Graves County EMS, Mayfield Fire Department, Mayfield/Graves County Rescue Squad, and Graves County Emergency Management.