By LeeAnn Cain / Staff Writer
Two people were taken to the hospital Monday after a crash at the intersection of the Corbin Bypass and U.S. 25E.
The crash happened about 10 a.m. when Ricky Ledford, 25, of Girdler, ran a red light while driving a Ford F-150 and crashed into the side of a Dodge driven by Priscilla Goff, 49, of Corbin, according to Corbin Police Department Public Information Officer Major Rob Jones. Ledford and Goff were injured but were conscious and talking at the scene of the crash, Jones said.
Knox County EMS transported Ledford and Goff to Baptist Health Corbin hospital. According to hospital spokeswoman Debbie Hardin, Ledford was treated for his injuries and discharged while Goff was treated for her injuries and transferred to another facility. The name of the facility could not be disclosed.
Drugs and alcohol are not suspected factors in the crash, Jones said.
The crash was investigated by Jones. Corbin Fire Department assisted at the scene.
By LeeAnn Cain / Staff Writer
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