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Injury wreck on Russell Springs Road/KY 80 E., Columbia, KY

Driver injured when car goes out of control, hits embankment

By B.J. Bray
News from the Adair County Sheriff's Office

Early this morning, Tuesday, January 22, 2013, at around 7amCT,, 24 year old, Brittany Burton, of Russell Springs, KY, was traveling east on Russell Springs Road (E80), approximately 8 miles east of Columbia, KY. According to the driver's own account, her 2002 Chevy Cavalier became out of control. Burton said that she did not know what happened to her car, but she could no longer control it.

Burton's vehicle traveled across the center line and struck a dirt embankment. No other vehicles were involved. Burton was transported to Westlake ER by the Adair County EMS. The Adair County Search and Rescue assisted at the scene with traffic control. Deputy BJ Bray with the Adair County Sheriff's Office is investigating the wreck. BJ BRAY, Chief Deputy, Adair County Sheriff's Office

This story was posted on 2013-01-22 10:42:25
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