A victim from a Monday afternoon wreck was transferred out of Baptist Health Madisonville to another healthcare facility, according to Madisonville Police Department Major Andy Rush.

Jason McNary, 44, was injured after a wreck at 510 Brown Road around 2:50 p.m.

McNary was operating a 2003 Ford F-150 and was traveling north on Brown Road when he crossed into another lane, according to police.

Reports indicate that McNary hit a Peterbilt truck that was traveling south. The two vehicles hit each other head-on.

Rush said the investigation into McNary traveling into the southbound lane is still ongoing.

“He was transferred from Baptist to another medical center out of town last night,” said Rush on Tuesday. “He had multiple fractures. I don’t think he was in any shape to really give us a good statement at this time. We are trying to balance his need to heal and recover and our investigation.”

Rush said Brown Road was shut down for nearly three hours on Monday afternoon as crews worked to remove debris from the road.

The Madisonville Fire Department, Medical Center Ambulance Service, Madisonville Towing and Webster Towing all assisted on scene.

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