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ACSO investigates 2 vehicle injury accident on KY 55 near

One driver transported to TJ Health/Columbia for injuries
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Report from Adair County Sheriff's Office

On August 14, 2016, at approximately 8:20pmCT, the Adair County Sheriff Office responded to a two vehicle accident near Keltner Road on KY 55 north.

Brenda Stephens 66 of Columbia along with a passenger Homer Stephens was attempting a left turn on Keltner Road, when a second vehicle, operated by 23-year-old Macey Crawhorn of Columbia failed to notice Ms. Stephens attempting to turn and struck her in the rear of her vehicle.

Adair County EMS responded and transported Macey Crawhorn to TJ Health/Columbia for injuries sustained in accident.

Deputy Hitch is the investigating officer. The ACSO was assisted on the scene by Kentucky State Police and Columbia Police Department.

This story was posted on 2016-08-15 13:02:26
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