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CPD: Reckless driving, injury collision

By Officer Adam Cravens, PIO
Columbia Police Department

The Columbia Police Department responded to a two-vehicle collision with injury, on Thursday morning, January 14, 2021, at the intersection of Edmonton Road and Burksville Street.

Prior to the collision Adair 911 had been receiving multiple calls from West 80 Edmonton Road concerning a reckless driver operating a late model white Buick. The operator of said Buick, Constantine Consequences, 34, and current Edmonton resident, struck a white Ford Ranger head on.

The Ranger was operated by Ronnie Wray, 66, of Columbia. Both subjects were transported by Adair EMS to TJ Samson Columbia. Consequences was later taken to UK for further treatment.



Constantine Consequences has been charged with DUI, no out of state registration, no insurance, and possession of marijuana.

Officer Ethan Pike investigated the collision. He was assisted on scene by additional Columbia Police Units, Fish and Wildlife, as well as the Breeding Fire Department.


This story was posted on 2021-01-16 07:30:33
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Traffic accident at Walmart entry



2021-01-15 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Deb Waddell.
This was observed Thursday, January 14, 2021, at the entry to the Walmart Center in Columbia with Edmonton Road in the background. Deb wrote that turning left was a problem.

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Auto accident Burksville Rd at the Walmart intersection



2021-01-16 - Adair Co., KY - Photo by John G. Waddell.
John sends this photo of an accident on Burkesville Road near WalMart that occurred on a recent afternoon. Columbia PD worked the investigation. John, a law enforcement veteran himself, notes that this intersection is prone to accidents from multiple directions. He says, "I think the numbers of calls and accidents will amaze many."

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