Two individuals were injured as a result of a three-vehicle collision in front of Kelley Beekeeping in Clarkson on Monday morning, Dec. 14.
At around 10:02 a.m. on Monday, the Clarkson Police and Fire Departments and Grayson County Emergency Medical Services (GCEMS) responded to the curve on Highway 62 in front of the beekeeping company.
According to Clarkson Police Department (CPD) Officer Rick Clemons, a white Ford F-150, driven by Tracey Hartman, was travelling east on Hwy 62 and failed to stop for a red Chevrolet Equinox, which was driven by Raymond Everett and had stopped to turn into Kelley Beekeeping.
The Ford proceeded to rear-end the Chevrolet, pushing the Chevrolet into a white Toyota Tundra, driven by Samuel Ruckriegel, that was stopped to pull out of the Kelley Beekeeping entrance, Clemons said.
Hartman and the passenger of the Chevrolet, Carolyn Everett, were both reported injured and transported from the scene by GCEMS to Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center to receive treatment for non-life-threatening, accident-related injuries.
The Ford and the Chevrolet were disabled as a result of the accident and were towed from the scene by Stevensons Wrecker Service.
Clemons said on the scene that the Toyota may have been driveable following the crash.
Reach Matt Lasley at 270-259-9622, ext. 2015.