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Greensburg, KY, residents injured in Cumberland Pkwy accident

Overcorrection a factor in crash which occurred in Adair County near 39 mile marker west of Columbia, KY. Driver and passenger treated at TJ Health/Columbia then airlifted to the University of Louisville Hospital. ACSO assisted on the scene by Columbia Police, Department, Adair County Fire Department, and Adair County EMS
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From Adair County Sheriff's Office

On Thursday December 28, 2017. The Adair County Sheriff's Office responded to the 39 mile marker of the Cumberland Parkway for a single vehicle collision.


Preliminary investigation determines Erb Roution of Greensburg, KY, was operating a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee East bound. When the vehicle veered into the median and the operator overcorrected the vehicle.

The vehicle then slid out of control striking the guard rail causing the vehicle to flip before landing on all four wheels.

Erb Roution and passenger Norman Roution were transported from the scene by Adair County EMS to TJ Health Columbia and later transported by THI and Air Evac to University of Kentucky Hospital.

The Adair County Sheriff's Office was assisted on the scene by Columbia Police Department, Adair County Fire Department, and Adair County EMS.



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Green Co., KY Jeep Cherokee retrieved on Cumberland Pkwy



2017-12-31 - Cumberland Parkway, 39 MP, West of Columbia, KY - Photo Adair County Sheriff\\\'s Office.
Lynn's Service Center retrieved a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee which flipped when the vehicle veered into the median, the operator overcorrected. The vehicle then slid out of control, striking the guard rail causing the vehicle to flip before landing on all four wheels. Photo Thursday, December 28, 2017.

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