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One car accident results in arrest of Greensburg man

A one vehicle accident on HWY 61 north resulted in a Greensburg man being charged with DUI.

The driver was traveling north on KY 61 when he ran off the shoulder of the road and crossed over to oncoming traffic.

The vehicle struck a guard rail and then traveled back across the road and hit an embankment.

Adair County Deputy Sheriff Michael Burton charged one person with driving under the influence.

Deputy Sheriff Charles Green is the investigating officer. Story courtesy Adair County Sheriff's Office

NOTE: This article was updated on 2016-04-05 to remove some personally identifying details.


This story was posted on 2006-04-17 14:36:19
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