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UPDATE: HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky. (8/15/18) — Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office reported they are still seeking information to find the driver involved in a hit and run that occurred Tuesday night in St. Charles.

One victim was flown by medical helicopter for treatment of injuries.

According to a HCSO preliminary news release, 19-year-old Kelsey Sisk of Dawson Springs was driving west on Nortonville Road at approximately 9:30 p.m. Sisk and passenger Chandler Martin, 18, told deputies a deer ran onto the road, causing Sisk to swerve, run off the highway and strike a driveway culvert.

The vehicle became airborne and landed about 50 feet away, re-entered the road and came to rest crossing both lanes of travel, HCSO Josh Gunn reported.

The report also listed witnesses at the scene said another vehicle traveling west approached the scene, struck the wrecked vehicle and left the scene toward Dawson Springs. Witnesses were unable to describe the vehicle.

Sisk was ejected from her vehicle after it was struck, HCSO reported. Martin was not injured.

Anyone with information is asked to call Deputy Gunn at (270) 821-5661.

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UPDATE: HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky. (8/14/18) — One young woman was flown by medical helipcopter for treatment of injuries due to a collison along Nortonville Road near St. Charles this evening. 

There was a passenger inside the vehicle with the female, who indicated they were t-boned. The vehicle appeared to be cut in half as a result of the collsion. Part of it was in the road and the other half was in a yard.

Authorities are still apparently seeking out a possible second vehicle involved that left the scene, and they are following a trail of fluids that leaked onto the road toward Caldwell County.

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HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky (8/14/18) — U.S. 62 is being shut down due to a crash involving possible serious injuries along the 9300 block.

A landing zone is being set up at the old St. Charles School. St. Charles Volunteer Fire Department, Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office and EMS responded to the scene of the crash at 9:30 tonight.

One person is believed to have been ejected from one of the vehicles involved in the crash. Another vehicle may have fled the scene, according to scanner traffic.

More information will be provided when it becomes available. A SurfKY news reporter is working toward reaching the scene.

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