A girl who is the sole survivor of a head-on crash that killed four people on Friday remained in serious condition Sunday at the University of Kentucky Medical Center.
Haylee Moreland, 5, was taken to UK after the crash in Clinton County that killed her father, mother, sister and another man.
Funeral arrangementsare are expected to be announced Monday.
The crash occurred about 3:40 p.m. CST Friday on Ky. 90 about 6 miles west of Albany, according to Kentucky State Police.
Troopers said Ricky Brinkley, 54, of Bowling Green, was driving east on Ky. 90 in a 2000 Chevy pickup when he tried to pass another eastbound vehicle and collided head-on with a westbound Plymouth van carrying the family of David Moreland.
Brinkley was pronounced dead at the Clinton County Hospital in Albany.
David Moreland, 36, of Albany, was pronounced dead at the crash scene. His wife, Amanda Moreland, 25, and one of their daughters, McKenzie Moreland, 7, were pronounced dead at Clinton County Hospital.
Only Haylee Moreland survived the crash.
The Morelands also had three other children, according to Amanda Moreland's aunt, Jamie Logan. She said the Morelands were on their way to pick up their other children in Burkesville in nearby Cumberland County when the crash happened.
According to Logan, Haylee's grandmother and grandfather are at UK hospital to be with her.
"We're just coping the best we can," Logan said.
Clinton County Coroner Steve Talbott said the deadly crash had left the county in shock.
"This is a community where people know everybody, which just makes it more difficult," he said. "It's tragic, it surely is."
State police have said they think alcohol was involved in the wreck, but have provided no specifics. No one in either vehicle was wearing a seatbelt, they say.