Two injured in separate wrecks

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 Two women were injured in separate vehicle crashes last week.

Diane Alleman, 38, of New Haven, was driving a 1993 Ford Aerostar van south on U.S. 31-E toward Hodgenville about 1:40 p.m. Nov. 28 when she lost control of the vehicle.

The van crossed the northbound lane and hit a tree in a fencerow. There was extensive damage to the driver’s side, according to Chief Deputy Russell McCoy.

LaRue County EMS transported Alleman to Hardin Memorial Hospital. Rolling Fork Fire Department and Sheriff Bobby Shoffner assisted at the scene.


Two days earlier, Cassidy Fulk, 17, was driving a 2004 Ford Taurus north on Bailey Road near the intersection with Ky. 61.

Brenton Calhoun, 22, of Summersville, was driving a Department of Transportation truck north on Ky. 61.

McCoy said Fulk “failed to stop” at the intersection and “pulled into the path of the truck.”

Fulk was trapped inside the vehicle. She was extricated by Buffalo and Magnolia firefighters.

She was transported by helicopter to University of Louisville Hospital.