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Cumberland Pkwy EB lanes closed by semi crash in Adair Co., KY

Detours in place in both Russell and Adair Counties. Cleanup expected to take several hours. Motorists advised to use alternate routes.

By Jason Morris, Public Affairs Officer
Kentucky State Police, Region 2

COLUMBIA, KY (September 27, 2017 - 9:26amCT) Kentucky State Police are currently on the scene of a semi-truck wreck on the Cumberland Parkway west of the Columbia exit. The east bound lanes of the parkway are currently closed at this time. A detour has been established in both Russell and Adair County using KY 80. The parkway will be closed for several hours for the cleanup of the crash. Motorist are urged to use alternate routes until it is reopened.

Further information will follow as it becomes available.



This story was posted on 2017-09-27 09:18:58
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