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Juvenile driver, 14, airlifted following KY 55 S Road accident

His 16 year old passenger taken to TJ Health, Columbia, KY. Deputy Joey Keith is investigating. ACSO says charges are likely.
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News from the Adair County Sheriff's Office

Deputy Joey Keith with the Adair County Sheriff's Office responded to a single vehicle injury accident Saturday March, 25, 2017 approximately four miles from Columbia on KY 55 S Road. A 14 year old male juvenile was driving north on KY 55 55 in a 1996 Toyota when he lost control of his vehicle, which left the highway off the right side of the road, and overturned several times. The driver was ejected from the vehicle.

The male juvenile and a 16-year old-female passenger were taken by Adair County EMS at TJ Health, in Columbia.

The male was later airlifted to UK children's hospital in Lexington.

Deputy Joey Keith is investigating and charges are likely.

Deputy Keith was assisted on the scene by Adair County EMS and Columbia Police officers Jamie Cole and Jordan Dean.

This story was posted on 2017-03-26 21:36:12
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