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KSP: Three vehicle injury collision on Campbellsville Road

By Tpr. Nick Hale

Trooper Clint Bale is investigating a collision that occurred on Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at approximately 4:12pmCT, four miles north of Columbia on Campbellsville Road.

Donald Travis, age 58 of Elizabethtown, was operating a 1995 Peterbilt Semi south bound on Campbellsville Road when he struck a 2003 Hyundai passenger car being operated by Nehemiah Baldwin, age 21, of Columbia.

Baldwin was at a complete stop waiting for a 2012 Toyota, being operated by Lynn Waskosky, age 47, of Columbia, to make a left hand turn.

Travis attempted to avoid the collision, however due to the weight shift in the trailer he was hauling, was unable to avoid the collision, causing Baldwin to strike the Waskosy vehicle.

All parties involved were wearing seat belts. Baldwin was transported by Adair County EMS to TJ Westlake hospital for non-life threatening injuries. Travis and Waskosy were not injured.

Tpr. Bale was assisted at the scene by Adair County EMS.

This story was posted on 2020-10-15 16:26:07
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