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One injured in accident on KY 206

News from the Adair County Sheriff's Department

On Monday, October 9, 2012, at about 4:33pmCT, Adair EMS, Adair Sheriff's office and search and rescue where dispatched to a two vehicle accident involving injuries on KY 206 - Liberty Road.

Mr. Robert Burton of Campbellsville Ky was operating a 1996 Dodge pickup south bound on KY 206 when he left the roadway , came back onto the roadway lost control and struck a trailer being hauled by Mr. Mitchell Coomer of Columbia KY.

Mr. Burton was treated on scene and transported to Westlake Regional Hospital, in Columbia, KY, for further treatment. Alcohol is beleived to be a factor and charges are pending on Burton.



This story was posted on 2012-10-10 05:29:33
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