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ACSO investigates single vehicle injury accident near Milltown

Driver loses control of vehicle, which leaves roadway, strikes ditch, and overturns. Passenger in vehicle treated on the scene and taken to T.J. Health/Columbia for injuries sustained.
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From the Adair County Sheriffs Office

On Sunday, December 18, 2017 The Adair County Sheriffs Office responded the a single vehicle accident with injuries 11 miles north of Columbia on Milltown Road.

The accident happened when 17 year old Renita Vanarsdale of Columbia lost control of her vehicle the vehicle traveled off the roadway, striking a ditch and overturning.

A passenger 21 year old Brittany Murphy was treated on the scene and transported to T.J. Health of Columbia for injuries sustained.

The operator was not injured.

Deputy Brandon Hitch is the investigating officer, assisted on the scene by Sheriff Harrison Moss

This story was posted on 2017-12-19 03:27:52
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