Child, Mother Injured In Laurel County Crash

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Updated: 4/25/2012 6:15 pm
Asix-year-old girl and her mother are injured, following a two-car crash in Laurel County.

The collision occurred on Kentucky 80, four miles west of London Wednesday morning.

The Laurel County Sheriff's Department says a white Altima driven by Becky Abner Osborne, 28, of London collided with another car driven by Kevin Hopkins, 34, of London.

Osborne told police she did not see the other car approaching, and pulled out into the intersection. Osborne was seriously injured.

Osborne's six-year-old daughter was a passenger in the back seat. The child has serious head injuries. Police have not released the extent of Hopkins' injuries.

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