A fishing trip almost ended in tragedy when the driver of the SUV fell asleep Friday (3/30)and flipped the vehicle.
According to Grayson County Sheriff reports, three Grayson county residents were traveling South on Hwy. 259 when the driver, Jason Landis, 21, of 621 Lavette Avenue, Leitchfield, fell asleep.
The 2002 Chevy Blazer left the roadway and traveled along a steep ravine.
The vehicle struck a ditch, avoided the ravine, and overturned in a nearby field.
No one was injured, Deputy Tony Willen said.
In a sperate accident on April 1, a Caneyville teen lost control of her vehicle and hit a gaurdrail.
Willen said Kelly Majors, 17, of 365 West Maple Street, Caneyville, was traveling south on KY 3210.
In the sharp curve at the 3600 block of the highway, Willen reported, her vehicle was not handled properly and she left the roadway .
The 2004 Suziki Forenza left the roadway on the right side. The vehicle then came to rest on the outside of the guardrail.
And Lietchfield City Police responded to an injury accident on Saturday, March 31, at 8:00 am.
Officer Bryan Hammons reported both the passenger, Jessica King, 18, of Leitchfield Rd, Eastview, and the driver, and 18-year-old, Andrew Floyd of Clarkson, were transported to Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center following a two car accident.
According to the city police report, the 1999 Mercury Cougar, driven by Susan Tubb, of Falls of Rough, was slowing down in traffic when the Mitsubishi Mirage, driven by Floyd struck her vehicle in the rear.
Both vehicles were traveling east on US 62, reports said, when Floyd reported he looked off for a few seconds and did not see the Cougar stopped in front of him.
Hammons reported neither Floyd nor King were wearing seat belts and both hit the windshield of the Mirage.