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Kia breaks utility pole; Jamestown Street closed for 6 hours

Incident occurred March 15, 2018. Driver treated at TJ Health/Columbia. Incident investigated by CPD Ofc. Drew Conn and Ofc Jamie Cole.
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By Ofc Josh Brockman Public Information Officer
Columbia Police Department,Chief, Jason Cross

Columbia Police Department investigated a one vehicle injury accident that occurred on March 15, 2018.

The incident took place 00:28amCT and officers were forced to shut down Jamestown Street until 6amCT when live utility lines down in the crash were cleared.

The collision occurred when 28-year-old Joshua Ford of Columbia, KY, was operating a 2009 Kia Optima north on Jamestown Street when he lost control of his vehicle leaving roadway striking a brick head wall, then striking and breaking a utility pole bringing down the lines.

Ford was treated and transported to TJ Health of Columbia by Adair County EMS.

The collision was investigated by CPD Officer Drew Conn who was assisted by Ofc Jamie Cole

This story was posted on 2018-03-19 02:44:04
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