A Coldiron teenager remains in critical but stable condition four days after an ATV accident Friday on KY 3449 in Coldiron.
Billy R. Brock, 17, was flown to Holston Valley Medical Center by Wings Air Rescue after he lost control of the ATV he was driving, a 2005 Honda RX400 EX, according to police.
He lost control of the vehicle going northbound in a curve on Foresters Creek Road and crossed over into the opposite lane, hitting a 1997 Dodge van head-on. According to police, Brock sustained multiple injuries from the collision, which occurred around 3 p.m.
Brock was not wearing a helmet.
The van was driven by Rachel Oberg-Hauser, 19, of Forest Lake, Minn., and passenger Dylan Thies, 22, of St. Louis Park, Minn.
The Kentucky State Police and Wallins Volunteer Fire Department set up a landing zone on U.S. 119 at Coldiron.
Harlan EMS workers transported Brock to the landing zone, and he was taken directly to Holston Valley, where he is still listed in critical condition.
The driver and passenger of the van were not admitted to a hospital.
Kentucky State Police trooper Keith Saylor is investigating the incident.