Three-vehicle wreck in Jeff Davis County sends three life flight - WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather, Sports-Hattiesburg, MS

Three-vehicle wreck in Jeff Davis County sends three life flights to scene

A wreck on Highway 13 in Jefferson Davis County left two people in critical condition Monday night.

Mississippi Highway Patrol's Brent Barfield of Troop J said three life flights were on the scene south of Old Pleasant Road, but no fatalities were reported as of 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Sarah Price, 28 of Columbia was the driver of the vehicle that was struck head-on by driver Donald Lyons, 33 of Magnolia.

Price's passenger was Richard Price, and Lyons' passenger was Katrina Lyons, 30 of McComb.

A third vehicle, driven by Sandra Warren, 61 of New Hebron, was struck by flying debris.

Barfield said three of the five victims were sent by life flight to Forrest General Hospital.

The cause of the wreck is unknown at this time.

Updates will be posted here as they become available.

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