Toddler, Mother Remain Critical After Robertson Co. Crash
Feb 1, 2013 04:35 PM
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A mother and 3-year-old child remain in critical condition after a horrific crash that killed two people in Robertson County Monday.
Officials at Vanderbilt University Medical Center said that 28-year-old Megan Bouge was in critical but stable condition Friday. Her daughter 3-year-old Wyncie remained in critical condition. Both Bouge and her daughter, as well as her 14-day-old son and mother were involved in a head on collision in Robertson County Monday night.
Police said the family was driving near Greenbrier when a car coming in the opposite direction came over and collided with them head on. Bouge's mother, Janice Darlene Carlton, who was a passenger, died from injuries sustained during the wreck. The driver of the car that crossed the center line, Mandricus Darden, 27, also died.
Bogue's 2-week-old infant son Emmett was reported to be ok, after being only slightly injured in the crash.
Bogue was said to have gone through several surgeries this week for a torn diaphragm and two broken legs. Her daughter, Wyncie was the most severely injured and continued to be monitored at Monroe Carroll Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt.