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CPD: Injury accident on bypass

By Officer Adam Cravens, PIO
Columbia Police Department

The Columbia Police Department responded to a two-vehicle injury accident at the intersection of Jamestown Street and The Veterans Memorial Bypass on Sunday afternoon.

The accident occurred when Millard Kinnett, 93, of Columbia left the bypass and appeared to be driving straight ahead onto Industrial Park when he drove into the path of a second vehicle on Jamestown Street Highway 55 South, operated by Jessica Brown, 21, of Knightstown, Indiana. After impact, both vehicles came to rest just off roadway.

Kinnett was taken by ambulance to TJ Samson Columbia and was later flown to UK for treatment. Brown, as well as two passengers, a 62 year old female and a 24 year old male, were all taken by ambulance to TJ Samson Columbia, where the female passenger was later transferred by ambulance to UofL. Brown had required mechanical extraction from vehicle due to impact damage.

Officer Adam Cravens investigated the collision, he was assisted on scene by Officer Ethan Pike and Deputy Brandon Hitch. Adair EMS and The Columbia Adair Fire Department also responded. Multiple other motorists also stopped to render aid before first responders arrival.

This story was posted on 2020-07-19 20:08:48
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Accident at Bypass and 55

2020-07-19 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Doug Campbell.
Doug sends word that emergency responders are on the scene of an accident at the intersection of the Bypass and Highway 55, just after NoonCT on Sunday.

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