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Local law enforcement officials responded to two accidents yesterday evening.
Scott Cissell of Raywick was transported to University Hospital in Louisville by LifeNet after a single-vehicle accident on Howardstown Road.
The Lebanon Police received a report of an accident on Ky. 84 (Howardstown Road) two miles west of Raywick at 9:47 p.m. Nov. 19, according to the Marion County Sheriff's Office, the Lebanon.
Cissell was driving eastbound in a 1999 Toyota when he left the road and the vehicle overturned. Marion County EMS extracted Cissell from the car. The Marion County Rescue Squad and the Raywick Fire Department also assisted at the scene.
Cissell was wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident.
The Kentucky State Police assisted the sheriff's office with the investigation.
Three-vehicles in accident at Veterans Highway
According to the Lebanon Police, a three-vehicle accident was reported at 7:03 p.m. Wednesday near the intersection of the Marion County Veterans Memorial Highway and Loretto Highway.
The Marion County Ambulance Service, the Lebanon Police and the Marion County Rescue Squad responded to the scene.
According to Officer David Ford, Catherine Hallmark, 37, of Lebanon was driving southbound on Loretto Hwy. in a 2000 Ford Expedition. Hallmark was stopped where the Loretto Hwy. intersects the Marion County Veterans Memorial Highway (the new Lebanon bypass).
Jeffrey S. Hall, 40, of Shelbyville was driving eastbound on the bypass in a 2001 Ford Explorer.
Hallmark told police that she did not see Hall and pulled into the intersection, according to Officer Ford. Hall's vehicle collided with Hallmark's. Both vehicles then collided with a third vehicle being driven by Tammy Parman, 45.
Parman was driving a 2004 Nissan Altima, which was stopped on Loretto Hwy. at the intersection with the bypass, facing northbound. Parman had one passenger in her vehicle, Alex Parman, 14.
According to Officer Ford, the Hallmark vehicle hit the front of the Parman vehicle, and the Hall vehicle hit the rear of the Parman vehicle.
Everyone involved in the accident was wearing a seat belt. Hallmark was transported to Spring View Hospital in a private vehicle, but she has been treated and released.