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Two suffer injuries when vehicle misses stop, overturns near Fairplay, KY

ACSO reports that vehicle overshoots stop at KY 768 & KY 704, enters a field across KY 704, overturning, and coming to a rest on its top.
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By Adair County Deputy Sheriff Brandon Hitch
News from the Adair County Sheriff's office, Harrison Moss Sheriff

On July 26, 2017 the Adair County Sheriff Office responded to a single vehicle accident in southern Adair County at the intersection of KY 704 & KY 768.

The incident occurred when 35 year old Justin Wallace of Columbia, KY, along with a passenger, 35 year old Vanessa Perkins of Russell Springs, KY, failed to stop at the intersection.

The vehicle left Hwy 768 and crossed Hwy 704 traveling across a field and overturning coming to rest on it's top.

Both were treated on scene by Adair County EMS.

Deputy Brandon Hitch is investigating the incident and was assisted on scene by Deputy Derek Padgett and Constable Jason Rector.

This story was posted on 2017-07-27 12:57:54
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