A Franklin woman was seriously injured in a two-vehicle crash Sunday in Monroe Township, Clarion County.

Clarion state police said Zoey Feyes, 20, of Franklin, lost control of her vehicle on Route 68 at about 4 p.m. Sunday due to the wet road conditions. The vehicle spun into a vehicle driven by Benjamin McCloskey, 33, of Howard, according to police.

Kourtney Kiser, 24, of Franklin, a passenger in Feyes' vehicle, was transported to Clarion Hospital with suspected serious injuries, police said.

Feyes and three other passengers in her vehicle, ages 4, 3 and a baby, were all taken to Clarion Hospital with minor injuries.

McCloskey was also taken to Clarion Hospital with minor injuries.

Two passengers in McCloskey's vehicle, Jessica George, 29, of Howard, and a baby boy, weren't injured, although they were also taken to Clarion Hospital.

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