UPDATE: All four people hurt in car crash released from hospital

PETTYVILLE, W.Va. (WTAP) - UPDATE 5/23/19 9:39 P.M.

WVU Medicine Camden Clark says the four people injured in a crash in Pettyville Wednesday are released from the hospital.


UPDATE: 5/23/19 4:30 P.M.

A man and woman from Little Hocking and a Parkersburg woman have been identified as the victims of a two-vehicle crash Wednesday afternoon on Rt. 14 in Pettyville.

The Wood County Sheriff's Office said Clyde King, 66, was driving a Dodge Journey that overturned after it was hit by another vehicle near old Pike Street. He was taken to WVU Medicine Camden Clark, along with two passengers, Judy King, 56, and a 4-year-old juvenile.

The driver of a Toyota Rav 4, Sharon White, 76, was also taken to the hospital after the crash.

No information was immediately available on any of their injuries.

Deputies said White told them her car had a mechanical problem that caused her to run through a stop sign and hit King's vehicle in the intersection.

The crash remains under investigation.


ORIGINAL STORY: 5/22/19

A two-vehicle rollover crash on Route 14 in Pettyville Wednesday afternoon sent four people to the hospital, authorities said.

It happened about 2:30 p.m. in the intersection of Route 14 and old Pike Street.

The Wood County Sheriff's Office said a red SUV was attempting to turn onto Route14 when it struck a white SUV that was traveling north, causing the white SUV to roll over.

Both drivers and two passengers in the white SUV - one adult and one child - were taken to WVU Medicine Camden Clark.

Deputies said the child did not appear to be seriously injured, but there's no information available on any of the other victims.

Deputies said the crash remains under investigation.