GRAVES COUNTY, KENTUCKY (NewsFirst) — Four Vehicle Collision

On March 9, 2024 at approximately 6:22 PM, deputies from the Graves County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a non-injury collision at the intersection of KY 97 and KY 94 in Tri City. Before deputies and first responders could arrive on scene, a second injury collision was reported at the same location.

The investigation into these collisions determined John Greene II, 23 of Paris , TN was southbound on KY 97 operating a 2018 Hyundai Elantra. Greene stopped at the posted stop sign on KY 97 at KY 94 but then proceeded across the intersection, into the path of a 1994 Jeep Cherokee, operated by Marcus Hammond, 35 of Greenfield, TN. The Greene and Hammond vehicles collided in the intersection. This collision did not result in injuries to Hammond, Greene, or Greene’s passenger, Claudia Durrett-Cook, 25 of Silver Springs, FL.

Trevon Segraves, 22 of Milltown, IN, was traveling westbound on KY 94 in a 2019 Ford F350. Segraves stopped his vehicle and switched on his emergency flashers to stop and help at the collision scene of the first collision. Charles Bowen, 90 of Calloway County, was operating a 2009 Chevrolet Silverado, eastbound on KY 94. Bowen collided with the Greene vehicle and then swerved to the left, colliding with the front of Segraves’ vehicle.

Segraves nor a passenger in is vehicle, Chala Segraves, 19, of Milltown, IN, were injured in the collision. Bowen was transported from the scene by Mayfield / Graves County EMS to Murray-Calloway County Hospital where he was treated and released for head and facial lacerations. The intersection of KY 94 and KY 97 was either shut down completely or restricted to one lane for about an hour and a half so the scene could be cleared.

Deputy Austin Caldwell investigated this collision. He was assisted by Deputy Tony Cornwell, Mayfield / Graves County EMS, the Kentucky State Police and the Cuba and Sedalia Volunteer Fire Departments.