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Several injured in two-vehicle collision on Heartland Parkway
One passenger extricated and flown from scene to University of Louisville Hospital. Five others taken to TJ Health/Columbia by Adair EMS, from which one taken to UL Hospital by private means. ACSO Deputy Josh Durbin was assisted on the scene by Deputy Joey Keith, Adair EMS, and Adair County Fire Department.
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Adair County Sheriff's Office is investigating a two vehicle collision which occurred on Friday afternoon July, 21, around 9:25pmCT, on KY55/ Campbellsville Road (Heartland Parkway - CM) six miles north of Columbia.
17 year old Garret Waggener of Columbia was operating a 2003 Pontiac on Cane Valley Road when he attempted to pull out onto KY 55 and pulled into the path of a 2013 Nissan operated 70 year old Norman Bell of Columbia, KY. 50 year old Cindy Bradshaw, 26 year old Adrianne Curry, 21 year old Marcus Yarberry and 6 year old Bentley Moore all of Columbia were passengers in the Bell vehicle.
Cindy Bradshaw had to be extricated from her vehicle by the Adair County Fire Department and was flown from the scene to University of Louisville hospital. Norman Bell, Adrianne Curry, Marcus Yarberry, Bentley Moore and Garret Waggener were taken By Adair EMS to TJ Heath of Columbia.
Norman Bell was flown from TJ Heath in Columbia to University of Louisville Hospital.
Adrianne Curry was taken by private means to University of Louisville Hospital.
Deputy Josh Durbin is investigating the collision and was assisted on the scene by Deputy Joey Keith, Adair County EMS, and Adair County Fire Department.
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