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One injured in Sunday night accident, KY 61 N, Columbia, KY

2008 Pontiac v 2004 Ford Focus collision. ACSO Deputies Brandon Hitch and Josh Durbin, along with Mike Keltner with Emergency Management continue investigation.
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From Adair County Sheriff's Office

The Adair Co. Sheriff's Office responded to a two vehicle auto accident with possible injuries, on Sunday October 8, 2017 at approximately 9:25pmCT, on KY North 61/Greensburg Road, in the Milltown Community of Adair County.

The accident occurred when 20 year old Lesley Ferguson, of Columbia, KY, operating her 2008 Pontiac, failed to notice another vehicle stopped to turn into their residence just passed Milltown Road on KY 61.

The second vehicle was a 2004 Ford Focus operated by 47 year old Pamela Flowers who was accompanied by two passengers, Judy Coffey, and Regina French, all of Columbia, KY.

Adair County EMS responded and transported 85 year old Regina French for possible injuries sustained.

Deputy Brandon Hitch with the Adair County Sheriff's Office is the investigating officer assisted by ACSO Deputy Josh Durbin and Mike Keltner with Emergency management.

This story was posted on 2017-10-09 09:06:01
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