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Fatal Collision on Taylor County KY210 closes road

THURSDAY EVENING UPDATE, Campbellsville, KY (March 25,2021) - The Kentucky State Police is investigating a Fatal Collision on KY 210 near the Pittman Creek Bridge, approximately 7 miles west of Campbellsville which happened early afternoon resulting in road closure.

One person was fatally injured and three were hospitalized. A detour was established from KY210 using Moss Road to Mac Pittman Road to KY 569 back to KY 210.

All commercial trucks requested to use US 68 from Campbellsville to Greensburg to North KY61 to Hodgenville. More information to come when it becomes available.




This story was posted on 2021-03-25 20:15:17
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KY210 in Taylor County closed Thursday



2021-03-25 - Taylor County, KY - Photo from Larry Joe Smith, 99.9 the Big Dawg.
One person was fatally injured and three were hospitalized, according to Larry Smith at Big Dawg radio, due to a collision on KY 210 near the Pittman Creek Bridge, approximately 7 miles west of Campbellsville, early Thursday afternoon. A detour was established from KY210 using Moss Road to Mac Pittman Road to KY 569 back to KY 210.

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