Two people injured in accident in the county on Saturday

Posted 4 years ago

By News Staff

Two people suffered minor injuries on Saturday afternoon after a fiery crash at K-14 & Pleasant Valley.

69-year-old Ronald Wilson and 28-year-old Kacey Bradshaw were both transported to Hutchinson Regional Medical Center, but their injuries were thought to be minor.

Wilson was wearing his seatbelt, while Bradshaw was not.

The preliminary investigation of Sheriff’s Deputies indicate Wilson drove left of center and the vehicles struck head on. Wilson’s car caught fire and was fully involved when deputies arrived. Bradshaw’s vehicle appeared to have rolled over at least 2-or-3 times.

Wilson was driving a Ford Tauraus and Bradshaw was driving a Dodge Caravan.

The accident occurring around 3:20 p-m Saturday.

One response to “Two people injured in accident in the county on Saturday”

  1. Vickie Jordan says:

    Just to set some facts straight. Bradshaw is 27, also true she was NOT wearing her seat belt, for some reason only God knows she did not buckle up this time. But do to the fact that she did NOT buckle up she was NOT trapped in her vehicle ( which she would of been had she had it on) and was able to free herself from her van and pull the other driver from his burning car. THANK GOD she didn’t have her seat belt on or he would of burned in the car.

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