Pedestrian, bicyclist injured in separate wrecks

Mayfield police are investigating two separate wrecks Thursday in which a bicyclist and a pedestrian were injured.

At 1:02 p.m., Mayfield officers responded to the 100 block of South Ninth Street to a report that a bicyclist had been hit by a vehicle.

Officers determined Jimmy D. Crabtree, 70, of Mayfield, was driving south on South Ninth Street, near the K&N Drive In restaurant as a 15-year-old Mayfield teen tried to cross South Ninth Street on his bicycle, Mayfield Police Chief Nathan Kent said.

The teen was heading west from the sidewalk in front of K&N when his bike and Crabtree's SUV collided.

The impact caused the boy to be thrown onto Crabtree's hood and then the ground, Kent said. Mayfield/Graves County Emergency Medical Service took him to Jackson Purchase Medical Center. He was later flown to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

At 2:27 p.m., Mayfield officers were called to a report of a vehicle vs. pedestrian wreck at West Broadway and North 15th Street.

Martin Segura, 24, of Mayfield, was driving south on North 15th Street and had stopped at the intersection where he planned on turning left onto West Broadway, Kent said.

At the same time, pedestrian Connie Glisson, 56, of Wingo, was on the north side of Broadway and attempting to cross it.

Segura didn't see Glisson crossing as he made his turn, Kent said. Segura's vehicle clipped Glisson while she was in the eastbound lane of West Broadway, knocking her to the ground.

Mayfield/Graves County Emergency Medical Service took Glisson to Jackson Purchase Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries.