RSPD works four-vehicle wreck at Main Street intersection

Russell Springs Police worked a four-vehicle collision at the four-way intersection on Main Street Thursday afternoon.

According to Russell Springs Police Chief Tim Pierce, 10 people were involved in the collision, but all were examined on scene and refused further treatment.

According to police, 52-year-old Candy Garner of Jamestown was at the intersection traveling toward Hales Highway when the 2019 Jeep she was operating was struck by a 2006 Nissan Altima operated by 18-year-old Riley Reynolds of Columbia.

Police said Reynolds was traveling west on Jamestown Street and failed to stop at the intersection, causing the collision.

Reynolds’ vehicle then proceeded to collide with a 2016 Ford pickup operated by 59-year-old Russell Miller of Russell Springs who was at the intersection traveling east on Jamestown Street.

Finally, Reynolds’ vehicle collided with a 2012 Toyota van operated by 40-year-old Antonio De La Cruz of Russell Springs, which was behind Miller’s vehicle.

The Russell County Sheriff’s Office, Russell County EMS, and Russell Springs Fire Department assisted at the scene.

The collision was investigated by Pierce and Officer Mason Miniard.



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