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KSP Post 15 investigates fatal collision in Marion Co.

By Tpr. Nick Hale

Lebanon, KY - The Kentucky State Police is investigation a three vehicle fatal collision that occurred on Saturday, March 19, 2022 at approximately 4:52 PM on Hwy 68 between Campbellsville and Lebanon. Preliminary investigations indicate that Melissa Roberts, age 48 of Campbellsville, KY was operating a 2021 Acura west bound on HWY 68 when she crossed the center line and side swiped an east bound 2015 Ford Focus operated by Noah Kammerer, age 20 of Evansville, IN.

That collision caused Roberts to skid sideways into the path of another east bound vehicle, which was a 2011 GMC pickup operated by Jared Pittman, age 21 of Bradfordsville, KY.

Pittman struck Roberts in in the passenger side. Roberts was transported to Springview hospital where she succumbed to injuries sustained in the collision. Kammerer and Pittman were also transported to Springview hospital and treated for minor injuries.

This collision remains under investigation by Trooper Weston Sullivan. Tpr. Sullivan was assisted at the scene by other KSP personnel, Marion County Sheriff Department, Marion County Rescue Squad, Marion County Fire and EMS.

This story was posted on 2022-03-20 21:01:58
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