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Adair County woman injured as result of a two vehicle collision

By Ofc Josh Brockman, Public Information Officer
Columbia Police Department, Chief, Jason Cross

The accident occurred on May 24, 2017, at 2:25pmCT. Columbia Police Officers were dispatched to Campbellsville Road to a reported two vehicle collision.

Preliminary investigation shows that Dewayne Whitney, of Columbia, operating a 2006 Ford truck, was slowed or stopped in traffic when it was struck in the rear by a 2011 Dodge truck operated by Mark Webster of Indiana.

A passenger in Whitney's vehicle, Chelsea Reynolds, of Columbia was treated on scene by Adair County EMS and was transported to TJ Health of Columbia, KY, for additional treatment.

The collision is being investigated by CPD Sgt. Tracy McCarol assisted by Ofc Jamie Cole

This story was posted on 2017-05-26 03:00:35
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