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Update: Time to re-open the LBN Parkway extended for 3 hours

Cumberland/LBN Parkway still closed in Metcalfe Co. due to injury accident
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By Sgt. Jason Morris
Public Information Officer, Region 2, Kentucky State Police

EDMONTON, KY (29 Mar 2018, 11:34amCT) - Kentucky State Police are still on the scene of an injury collision on the Cumberland Parkway at the Adair County, Metcalfe County Line involving two semi-trucks.

Both east bound lanes are blocked with one west bound lane being blocked.

The estimated time to open the roadway has been extended for three more hours. Motorist are urged to take alternate routes if traveling from Edmonton to Columbia.

A detour has been established using KY80 between Edmonton and Columbia.

Further information will follow as it becomes available.

This story was posted on 2018-03-29 12:21:45
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