February 5, 2011 by staff 

Conns, WLWT – A soldier state of Indiana and two people in northern Kentucky were among the six injured in an accident Tuesday morning. State police said Trooper Jesse Schmidt responded to a single-vehicle accident on I-74 in the median at mile marker 121 in Shelby County just after 8 o’clock

Troopers said Beverly Mata, 28, of Elsmere Kentucky, was driving a sport utility vehicle westbound at Conns Creek when she lost control and slid into the median.

Although Schmidt was investigating the accident, another car, driven by Raquel Gonzalaz, 29, of Ashland, Kentucky has lost control, slid into the median striking Schmidt, Beverly Mata and a front seat passenger Car Mata Antonio Mata.

Beverly Mata was transported to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis with serious internal injuries and was in stable condition. Antonio Mata, 33, of Elsmere Kentucky, was taken to hospital in Shelbyville with Majors head injuries.

Gonzalaz and his two passengers, and Vicente Garcia Christina Gonzalaz were transported to hospital with non-majors life threatening.

Schmidt was taken to hospital where he was treated Majors and the release of pain in the back.

Troopers and emergency workers closed westbound I-74 for about three hours while investigators worked to reconstruct the accident.

Light freezing rain had fallen in the region and could be a factor contributing to the conditions of the roadway of the bridge, the troops said.

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