A two-vehicle accident Thursday on KY 38 in Harlan sent four passengers to the hospital with injuries.
Sarah Vazzana, of Cumberland, was driving a Mercury Sable when she attempted to make a left turn from Williams Street onto old KY 38.
Vazzana allegedly pulled into the path of Bradley Farmer, of Evarts, who was traveling west on KY 38 in a Chevrolet Impala, according to Harlan City Police officer Miron Southerland.
Members of the Harlan City Fire Department extricated Vazzana from her vehicle using the Jaws-of-Life.
Vazzana and Farmer, along with two other passengers of Farmer's, sustained injuries.
They were transported by a Mountain EMS and Life Care unit to Harlan Appalachian Regional Hospital where Vazzana was treated for head injuries. Bradley Farmer was treated for chest injuries. Anna Mae Farmer was treated for head injuries. Pamela Farmer sustained leg injuries.
Southerland was assisted in investigating the accident by officers Tim Howard and George Young of the Harlan City Police Department and officers Derick Noe and Jason Snelling of the Harlan County Sheriff's Department.