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Parkway collision injures members of Barren Co family

Adair County Sheriffs Office investigated a single vehicle collision of a Barren County family resulting in three medical helicopters being dispatched to scene.

Sunday, 3-13-2022 at approximately 1:20 pm - Chief Deputy Brandon Hitch and Deputy Tracy McCarol were dispatched to a collision on the LBN parkway around the 44 mile marker. Upon arrival in area deputies located the vehicle in accident and found that 3 occupants were entrapped and one occupant had been ejected.

Preliminary investigation shows that a 2019 Nissan Rogue operated by 47 year old William Graham of Glasgow was traveling east on the parkway when he lost control and entered the median. The vehicle then began overturning several times during which time a 13 year old juvenile was ejected.



The operator William Graham along with passengers Mary Alice Noto age 35 and a 11 year old Bella Noto were all entrapped in vehicle and were extricated by mechanical means by the Columbia - Adair County Fire Department.

Air methods landed on the scene air lifting 13 year old Julies Noto that was ejected to University of KY. Air Methods and PHI landed two additional helicopters at TJ Health of Columbia where Mary Noto and Bella Noto were air lifted to University of KY and University of Louisville.

Williams was treated and released. All patients were treated by multiple EMS crews that responded to scene and stabilized before flight.

Sheriffs Deputy Tracy McCarol is leading the investigation and was assisted by Chief Deputy Hitch.

Agencies responding or assisting to scene was Adair Sheriffs Office, Columbia Police Department, Adair County EMS, Columbia Adair County Fire Department, PHI air medical, Air Methods air medical and Adair County 911.


This story was posted on 2022-03-14 14:20:24
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