Accident victims all released following KY 36 wreck at A. Keller last week

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By Ben Hyatt

Two children were flown to the University of Kentucky Medical Center following a Wednesday night wreck on KY 36 two miles from town.
According to the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department, a single-vehicle injury accident was reported to dispatch around 10:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 22.
Upon arrival, Deputy Tuan Kreer reported seeing a 2000 Plymouth Voyager resting against a tree.
According to Kreer’s report, the van, which was being driven by Teaira McDaniel, 30, had blown a tire causing her to lose control and dropoff the side of the road.
Once off the roadway, the van struck two trees before coming to a final rest against a third tree, Kreer reported.
Two passengers of the van, Sophia and Selena Villasana, were taken to Harrison Memorial by private vehicle where they were discharged with non life-threatening injuries.
Teaira and John McDaniel were transported to Harrison Memorial by Brown’s EMS where they were eventually released as well.
Daemion, 7, and Amelia, 10, McDaniel were transported to UK where they were both released with non life-threatening injuries.