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Injury accident involves two Columbia vehicles

From Larry Smith, 99.9 the Big Dawg

On September 25, 2022 Deputy Josh Patrick of the Taylor County Sheriff's department responded to an injury accident on Highway 55, New Columbia Road.

During Deputy Patrick's investigation he discovered that Eric Rowe, 37, of Columbia, KY was operating a 2009 silver Chevy HHA, traveling south in the northbound lane.

Rowe collided with Gregory Ratliff, age 64, and passenger Tresa Ratliff, age 55, both of Columbia, KY. Ratliff was operating a 2008 Chevy Silverado and pulling an inclosed box trailer. Rowe was air lifted to UK hospital, in Lexington, KY.

All other involved parties refused medical attention at the scene.

The Taylor County Sheriff's Department was assisted by Campbellsville City Police, Taylor County and Campbellsville Fire Departments and Campbellsville Taylor county EMS. The investigation is still underway at this time.

This story was posted on 2022-09-26 09:30:08
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