According to Sheriff Greg Speck, deputies responded to a two vehicle injury accident on Tateville-Antioch Road at approximately 8:38 AM on Monday, April 16, 2018.
Upon arrival at the scene, a half mile off South Highway 27, Deputy Zach Mayfield found three individuals suffering injuries from the accident. Preliminary investigation by Deputy Mayfield found that Patricia C. Nicholas, age 49 of Racetrack Road, Burnside, Kentucky was southbound in a white 2000 four door Chrysler when she became temporarily distracted and drifted into the northbound lane. Joshua M. Jones, age 30 of Old Patterson Branch Road, Somerset was northbound in a black 2000 Honda two door automobile when they collided head-on.
Patricia C. Nicholas declined treatment at the scene. Joshua M. Jones was treated at the scene by Pulaski EMS personnel and was transported to Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital for treatment. Two passengers in the Honda, Gerald W. Fusion, age 42 of Eubank, Kentucky and Marissa A. Jones, age 28 of Somerset, Kentucky were treated at the scene and later transported to LCRH for treatment of their injuries.
Members of the Tateville Volunteer Fire Department assisted units at the scene.
The accident remains under investigation by the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office.