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Three car crash on Jamestown Street results in injury to one

Columbia City Police investigated a three car accident on Jamestown ST, Columbia, KY at 16:15 p.m., Tuesday afternoon, April 18, 2006.

The accident resulted in an Adair County woman being transported to Westlake Hospital for treatment.

But three other occupants in the accident escaped injury.

A vehicle being operated by 25 year old Jennifer M. Corbin, traveling South on Jamestown ST, failed to see two vehicles stopped in traffic in front of her.

Corbin's vehicle starts chain reaction

Corbin's vehicle struck a vehicle being operated by 35 year old Vonda G. Derman in the reach.

The Derman vehicle struck another vehicle being operated by 65 year old Dellmas T. Richards.

Vonda G. Derman awas transported to Westlake Hospital.

None of the other occupants, including, Dellmas Richards, Jennifer M. Corbin and a passenger in the Corbin vehicle, Darlene Simpson, were injured.

The accident was investigated by Columbia Police Officer Jimmy Luttrell.
Story by Major Terry Flatt, Assistant Chief of Police, Columbia Police Department, City Hall, Columbia, KY.

This story was posted on 2006-04-19 15:07:52
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