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Single vehicle injury accident on Portland Road, Sat 5 Aug 2017

1995 Chevrolet Tracker leaves roadway, overturns in a ditch. Operator and passenger treated on the scene and taken by Adair County EMS to TJ Health/Columbia, KY. ACSO Deputy Justin Cross and KSP Trooper Billy Begley assist at scene
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From Adair County Sheriff's Office

On Saturday, August 5, 2017 the Adair County Sheriff's office responded to a single vehicle injury accident at approximately 150 Portland Road.

The accident occurred when 40 year old Andrea Vanarsdale, operator of a 1995 Chevrolet Tracker, along with a passenger, 39 year old Tim Vanarsdale, were traveling west on Portland Road when their vehicle left the roadway, overturning in a ditch. Both occupants where treated on the scene by Adair County EMS and transported to T.J. Health of Columbia for injuries sustained.

Deputy Brandon Hitch is the investigating officer assisted on the scene by Deputy Justin Cross and Kentucky State Trooper Billy Begley.

This story was posted on 2017-08-08 16:32:06
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