Student involved in motorcycle collision, in stable condition

Cameron Koch

Taylorsville junior Jeremy Lee is in stable condition at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after a motorcycle accident on Wednesday night, according to a medical center spokesperson.

Lee was driving a motorcycle and collided with a Toyota Camry, though details of the accident are at this point unclear according to Ronnie Ward, public information officer for the Bowling Green Police Department.

The vehicle collision occurred off Scottsville Road on Ashley Circle at 8:01 p.m., Ward said. After the collision Lee was checked into the intensive care unit at Vanderbilt.

Ward said the accident was serious enough that both vehicles were towed and will be used to reconstruct the event.

Lee is a member of the Farmhouse fraternity, which had another member of its organization injured and sent to Vanderbilt earlier this semester, Owensboro junior Dylan Nonweiler. Nonweiler was severely injured after a fight near WKU’s campus.

Farmhouse members took to Twitter and asked others to keep Lee in their prayers last night, with the official Farmhouse Twitter account saying “God has definitely put our chapter through several trials this semester. Let us use them to make our brotherhood even stronger.”