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Icy patch on Russell Creek bridge cause of LBN Pkwy accident

Driver loses control of vehicle crosses guardrail into eastbound traffic, and comes to rest in center median at point between between Russell Springs and Columbia. The driver treated on scene and taken to TJ Health/Columbia, for treatment of injuries sustained. ACSO Deputy Brandon Hitch is investigating officer.
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By Drew Conn, Columbia Police Department

The Adair County Sheriff's Office responded to a single vehicle accident with injuries on the Louie B. Nunn Parkway, seven miles east of Columbia, KY.

The accident happened when 61 year old Pamela Kermeen, of Columbia, KY was traveling west on the parkway, her vehicle hit a icy spot on the Russell Creek bridge, and caused her vehicle to cross the guardrail into the east bound traffic, the vehicle came to rest in the center median.

Adair County EMS Treated Mrs. Kermeen on the scene and transported her to T.J. Health Of Columbia for injuries sustained.

Deputy Brandon Hitch from the Adair County Sheriffs Office is the investigating officer assisted on the scene

This story was posted on 2017-12-09 21:05:15
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