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KSP: Adair man injured in Clinton Co. rollover

By Sergeant Jason Morris

Albany, KY. - The Kentucky State Police investigated a single-vehicle injury collision on KY 90 near Albany today around 4:15amCT.

Preliminary investigation indicates a 2016 Kenworth being operated by 37 year-old Robert Albertson of Columbia was traveling east on KY 90 approximately 6 miles northwest of Albany. For an unknown reason, Albertson crossed the centerline into the westbound lane, off the westbound shoulder overcorrected causing the vehicle to overturn, spilling the load of live chickens.

Albertson was wearing his seat belt and was flown to the University of Kentucky Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Sergeant Randall Honeycutt investigated the collision, and assisted by the Clinton Co Sheriff's Office, Fire Department, EMS, Air Evac 43, and KYTC.

This story was posted on 2020-06-16 11:54:11
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