Boston man injured in Lyons Station crash

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Landmark News Service

A Boston man was injured in a collision around 8 a.m. Monday morning at the intersection of Lyons Station Road and U.S. 31E in New Haven.

Michael Ramsey, 33, of Bardstown, was driving east on Lyons Station and didn’t stop at the intersection, according to a Nelson County Sheriff’s Office media notice.

Ramsey’s 2000 Chevy Malibu struck a southbound 2002 Dodge Caravan driven by David Newman, 67, of New Haven.

Ramsey told the investigating officers that he was unfamiliar with the road and the glare of the rising sun obscured his vision.

Nelson County EMS transported Del Creason, 45, a passenger in Ramsey’s Malibu, to Flaget Memorial Hospital for injuries sustained in the crash.

Deputy Dennis Wells and Sgt. Kaelen Matthews responded to the scene. Matthews was the investigating officer.