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CPD: Injury accident on Burkesville Street

By Officer Adam Cravens, PIO
Columbia Police Department

The Columbia Police Department responded to a two-vehicle collision with injury on Burksville Street Thursday afternoon.

The accident occurred when a blue Chevy pickup operated by Corey Tucker, 33, of Columbia, traveling south, lost its left front wheel and as a result lost control, colliding with an oncoming vehicle.

Kelly Wilson, 44, of Somerset was driving a Honda Ridgeline when he was struck on the left side, resulting in entrapment. Wilson was extracted from the vehicle and transported to TJ Health Columbia.

Traffic was diverted until both vehicles could be removed and the scene cleared.

Officer Drew Conn investigated the collision. He was assisted by multiple officers with the Columbia Police Department and the Adair County Sheriff's Office. The Columbia Fire Department and Adair County EMS also responded to the accident.

This story was posted on 2021-04-16 07:59:16
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