Four people were injured in a vehicular mishap on a Louisville Road. The victims were two adults and two juveniles. The victims were involved in a car crash that took place late night of Tuesday night along Louisville Road near High Grove.

Police confirmed that four people were injured late Tuesday night in a crash on Louisville Road near High Grove; two adults and two children.

Richard Jones, Nelson County sheriff’s deputy reported that operator identified as Ashley D. Fant, age 25, resident of Louisville was traveling north on Louisville Road in a 2013 Buick. For unknown reasons, her car got into the curves of the road.

Jones said that driver Fant must have overcorrected her car and ran off the right side of the roadway.

The car, out of control, first hit an earth embankment; then it continued running north and passed through a residential garden striking a garden tiller. Finally, it stopped came after crashing into a tractor with its left front end at place near a house on Louisville Road.

Fant who was driving her Buick had multiple non-critical injuries while her passenger identified as Quantez R. Willis, age 31, also of Louisville sustained a non-serious leg injury. Both were transported to the University Hospital in Louisville.

The two kids, four-year-old and six-year-old were not injured but for precautionary measure was taken to Kosair Children’s Hospital in Louisville. Jones said.

He added that damages to the car were on the front and rear end side of the car. It appeared that only the side airbags deployed.

Authorities did not give any information if the car passengers were using seat belts.
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Source: Kentucky Standards