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Three vehicles involved in injury accident on KY 210, Sunday, May 20, 2012

Two injured, taken to Taylor Regional Hospital
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News from the Campbellsville, KY, Police Department

The Campbellsville Police Department on Sunday, May 20, 2012, investigated a traffic collision with injuries on KY 210 occurring at 5:40pmET, involving three (3) vehicles.


Mr. Scott M. Boutwell of Eastview, KY was traveling east on KY 210. Boutwell was operating a 2006 Ford F-350 pick-up truck pulling a 5th wheel travel trailer. Carla Martinez of Eastview, KY was a passenger in the Boutwell vehicle.

The second vehicle, a 1998 Chevrolet pick-up truck, was operated by Mr. Byron Hash of Campbellsville, KY, also travelling east on KY 210.

The third vehicle was operated by Ms. Leann M. Eastridge of Campbellsville, KY - driving a 2006 Pontiac Torrent. Eastridge was travelling west on KY 210.

As the Boutwell and Hash vehicles were travelling east, they collided causing minor damage at first, however, they collided a second time causing the Boutwell vehicle to lose control. The Boutwell vehicle entered a skid which subsequently caused the travel trailer to disengage and enter the west lane of KY 210.

Ms. Eastridge observed the initial collision and the vehicles entering the west lane but was unable to evade or stop to avoid being struck.

All vehicles came to rest on the roadway. Both Hash and Eastridge were transported to Taylor Regional Hospital for treatment by the Campbellsville-Taylor County Emergency Medical Service.

The collision remains under investigation by Officer Andy Warren. There have been no traffic or criminal charges made thus far.Investigating Campbellsville Police Officers were A. Warren; C. Houk; assisted by S. Perian. Campbellsville Police were assisted by Campbellsville Fire & Rescue


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Three vehicle collision on Pitman Creek Bridge closes KY 210



2012-05-20 - KY 210, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Larry Smith. KY 210 was closed at the Pitman Creek Bridge when this photo, received at 5:41pmCT, was taken by Larry Smith, FM 99.9 The Big Dawg in Campbellsville, KY. "There's no word yet on injuries," Smith said. "Or any estimate of when the highway will be reopened." The location is near the Taylor County Animal Shelter at the intersection of KY 210 and Old Hodgenville Road.
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Closeup of 3-Car pileup, Pitman Creek Bridge, from north



2012-05-22 - KY 210, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by April Shepperd. Here are some additional pictures of the accident that occurred on Hwy. 210 in Campbellsville on Sunday. We were traveling from Elizabethtown and came upon the accident just after it happened. I took these with my camera phone so the quality is not very good. (Quality is excellent. -CM) The picture shows how the vehicles landed. The blue Torrent, driven by Leann M. Eastridge, just barely avoided going over the guard rail and into the creek. Scott M. Boutwell's Ford truck, which was pulling the camper, is located on top of the other two vehicles. The white Chevy was being operated by Byron Hash. -April Shepperd
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Overturned Trailer, Pitman Creek Bridge, KY 210



2012-05-22 - KY 210, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by April Shepperd.
Overturned trailerHere are some additional pictures of the accident that occurred on KY 210 in Campbellsville on Sunday, May 20, 2012.. We were traveling from Elizabethtown, KY, and got this photo from the north side of the bridge. This is of the camper which was being pulled with a fifth wheel -April Shepperd

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