UPDATE: 5-year-old dies at the hospital after last week's Cemetery Road crash

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BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) -- UPDATE 9:06 p.m. 1/02/19

Five-year-old Jude Wilson involved in Friday morning's crash died at 12:32 a.m. this morning at Vanderbilt Hospital.

UPDATE: Three juveniles were flown to the hospital after a wreck on Cemetery Road Friday morning.

Officials say the wreck happened on the 7000 block of Cemetery Road and involved three cars.

Police say Jack Sikes of Bowling Green was driving his pickup eastbound on Cemetery Road when a utility trailer in tow separated from the rear hitch of his pickup.

The utility trailer then crossed into the westbound lane where it hit a passenger car driven by Jacquelyn Tanaro.

Tanaro's vehicle then crossed into the centerline and hit a Honda Odyssey van in a head-on manner.

The van was driven by Doris Coleman.

Tanaro had three juvenile passengers they were all flown to Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville

One juvenile passenger is listed in critical condition and the other is listed in extremely critical condition.

Coleman and Tanaro suffered non-life threatening injuries.
Kentucky State Police are investigating an accident on Cemetery Road near Fountain Trace Drive in which they say two passenger vehicles collided head on.

Police say a third vehicle, a truck with a trailer, was also involved.

KSP spokesperson Trooper Jeremy Hodges says at least one person was airlifted from the scene and is in critical condition.

KSP's accident reconstruction team is on scene with EMS.

As more information becomes available, we will continue to update this story.

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