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Driver extricated, uninjured, in Heartland Parkway collision

First rear-ending collision on new stretch of Highway. Sheriff Harrison Moss warns drivers on Heartland Parkway to strictly obey speed laws. ACSO is stepping up patrols on roadway after receiving numerous complaints of speeding
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From Adair County Sheriff's Office

A two vehicle collision Thursday morning resulted in the Adair County Fire Department extricating one person from a vehicle with the jaws of life.

31 year old Brandon Jones of Russell Springs, KY, was operating a 2000 Chevrolet North bound on KY55 North when he rear-ended 67 year old Larry Godsey of Columbia, KY.


Although there were no injuries, Brandon Jones was trapped in the vehicle and had to be extricated.

North KY 55 was partially closed for nearly one hour. A passenger in the Jones vehicle,

34 year old Doris Nethery was complaining of chest pain, but refused transport by Adair County EMS.

Deputy Aaron Rainwater and Sheriff Harrison Moss investigated the collision.

Sheriff Moss would like to remind drivers that although road construction is scheduled to be completed today, speed will be monitored by radar on North KY 55 and drivers are urged to drive the posted speed limit and keep in mind that there have been lanes added both north and south bound.

Numerous complaints have been made about speeding motorists in the area.


This story was posted on 2016-09-09 08:09:24
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Two vehicle collision on Heartland Parkway 11amCT/8 Sep 2016



2016-09-08 - Heartland Parkway at James Karnes Road, Adair Co. KY - Photo courtesy Jr. Stotts .
Taken at 11:11amCT, Thursday, September 7, 2016 by Junior Stotts. Photo is looking south, toward Columbia, KY, on the Heartland Parkway at James Karnes Road - by New Life for the Nations Church. Two vehicles were involved; one rear-ended the other. Aair EMS was on the scene; one individual was entrapped, but with extricated without injuries, according to preliminary information. Details will be posted later when received from law enforcement. - EW

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