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Columbia Police respond to 2-vehicle accident on Hwy 206

By CPD Officer Adam Cravens

The Columbia Police Department responded to a two vehicle injury collision at the intersection of Greenhills Road and Hwy 206 Saturday, March 30, 2019 just before 4pmCT.

The accident occurred when a 2012 Hyundai Accent operated by a 16 year old female juvenile from Russell Springs was turning onto 206 when it was struck by a 2011 Chevy Malibu operated by Abby Gunter, 20, of Columbia who was traveling on 206 eastbound.

Both vehicles sustained major damage and the roadway was temporarily shut down. Both drivers as well as a passenger in the Hyundai, Winston Wells, 20, were admitted to TJ Health Columbia for treatment.

Officer Adam Cravens investigated the collision, he was assisted on scene by Officer Jamie Cole as well as members of Adair Fire Department. Adair EMS also responded.

This story was posted on 2019-03-31 08:06:38
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