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Injury Accident occurs as driver tries to avoid hitting cow

Collision occurs nine mile east of Columbia, KY. Adair County Sheriff's Deputy Josh Durbin is investigating the collision
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From Adair County Sheriff's Office

Single vehicle, single cow collision Sunday night sent one to the hospital.

At 11:40pmCT on November 27, 2016, Jensen Goodin of Russell Springs was operating a 2008 Pontiac westbound approximately nine miles east of Columbia on Hwy East 80.

Goodin advised that a cow was in the roadway and she attempted to avoid striking it when she lost control of her vehicle and exited the road.

The vehicle traveled approximately 40 feet down a steep embankment and landed on it's roof.

The operator was treated on scene by Adair County EMS and transported to Russell County Hospital, Russell Springs, KY, for further treatment.

Deputy Josh Durbin is investigating the collision.

This story was posted on 2016-11-29 07:15:49
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