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Injury collision on Gamaliel Road in Monroe County, KY

1987 Peterbilt vs 2002 Dodge Pickup results in injury to passenger in pickup transported to Monroe County Medical Center
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By Sergeant Jason Morris, Public Affairs Officer
Drug Recognition Expert, Kentucky State Police, Region 2

GAMALIEL, KY (Fri 15 Sep 2017) - Kentucky State Police investigated a two vehicle injury collision on Gamaliel Road near the intersection of Sugar Grove Road today around 9:42amCT

Preliminary investigations indicate that 48 year-old Randall Stafford of La Fayette, TN was operating a 1987 Peterbuilt semi-truck traveling north on Gamaliel Road near the intersection of Sugar Grove Road, when he entered a curve causing the trailer to cross the centerline striking a 2002 Dodge pickup being operated by 20 year-old Austin Pruitt of Hardyville, KY.


The vehicle traveled down the side of the trailer being pulled by Stafford before striking the rear tires causing the Pruitt vehicle to spin out of control, strike a guardrail and overturn.

Stafford was wearing his seat belt at the time of the collision. Pruitt and 19 year-old Heather Ford of Monticello, KY were not wearing their seat belt. Ford was transported to the Monroe County Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries by the Monroe County EMS.

Officer First Class Casey Tooley is investigating and was assisted at the scene by Monroe County Sherriff's' Office, Gamaliel Fire & Rescue, and Monroe County EMS.


This story was posted on 2017-09-16 02:59:14
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