One person died and five others were injured in a multiple-collision wreck Saturday in Clay County, Kentucky State Police said.
Kathy Brumley, 42, was pronounced dead early Sunday by the Fayette County Coroner's Office. No address was given for Brumley.
Brumley was driving a 1998 Saturn north on U.S. 421 when she crossed over the center line and into the path of a 2000 Pontiac Sunbird operated by Daniel L. Henson, 24, of Manchester.
A secondary collision happened when a 2003 Chevrolet Tracker driven by Callie Gilbert, 34, of Manchester collided with the Saturn from the first crash. After this collision, the Saturn struck a 1998 GMC Jimmy parked on the side of the highway.
A passenger in Brumley's vehicle, Curtis Burkhart, 53, of Manchester, was flown to University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital, where he was listed in critical condition Sunday, according to hospital spokesman Chuck Ham.
Henson was flown to University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville, where he was listed in stable condition, state police said.
Henson's passenger, Domonica Howard, 21, of Manchester, was discharged from UK.
Callie Gilbert was initially transported to Manchester Memorial Hospital, but no one by that name was there Sunday. Her passenger, George Wagers, 41, of Manchester, was flown to UK, where he was listed in fair condition Sunday, a spokesman said.
The initial crash was reported shortly before 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of U.S. 421 and Sacker Road, 7 miles north of Manchester.