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Injury Collision on Jamestown Street in Adair County

By Jason H. Norris, Public Affairs Officer
Kentucky State Police, Region

Columbia, KY (Thu 29 Sep 2016) Kentucky State Police Columbia investigated a two vehicle injury collision on Jamestown Street inside of Columbia today at 2:40pmCT.

Preliminary investigations indicate that 49 year-old Vicki Hatcher of Columbia was operating a 1999 Subaru stopped at the intersection of Jamestown Street and Gaston Avenue. 72 year-old Jewel Lunsford of Columbia was operating a 2002 Dodge van on Jamestown Street when she failed to stop striking the rear of Hatchers vehicle.

Lunsford and Hatcher were both wearing their seat belts. Hatcher was transported to TJ Samson/Columbia hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Trooper Nick Hale is investigating.

This story was posted on 2016-09-30 04:21:07
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