A three-vehicle crash in Russell County Sunday morning resulted in the death of a young girl and left several other people injured.
Kinley Browning, 12, of Glasgow, was pronounced dead at the scene.
The wreck occurred about 10:30 a.m. at the intersection of KY 80 and KY 910, about two miles east of Russell Springs.
State police said in a news release that a car driven by Lois Norfleet, 71, of Russell Springs, pulled from KY 910 into the path of a pickup truck that was travelling on Ky. 80. The truck was driven by Haiden Cain, also of Russell Springs, the release said.
After hitting Norfleet's car, Cain's truck continued on and struck a vehicle identified by police as a 2003 Ford, presumably a van, that carried Browning, two adults and six other children and teens.
The van was being driven by Christopher Yates, 37, of Glasgow. Leslie Yates, 32, a passenger, was not seriously injured.
The children and teens, all of Glasgow, were taken to area hospitals. Jacob Yates, 16; Braxton Browning, 16; and Ethan Birge, 6, were treated and released from Russell County Hospital. Hannah Yates, 8; Ryan Yates, 12; and Elliot Birge, 6, were flown to University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center.
Everyone was wearing a seat belt, including Kinley Browning, the release said. Drugs and alcohol were not thought to be a factor.
State police are investigating.