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Three injured in 2 vehicle collision on KY E 80 in Adair County

Driver loses control of vehicle after hitting pool of water

News from the Adair County Sheriff's Office

On Monday, June 24, 2013, Adair County Sheriff Harrison Moss and Deputy Justin Cross responded to a two vehicle accident involving injuries on KY East 80.

19 year old Chistopher Hadley was operating a 1993 Chevrolet Camaro eastbound when the vehicle hit a pool of water, causing the driver to lose control of his vehicle and struck a 2002 Ford F150 operated by Mr. Kenny Mcqueary of Russell Springs KY.

Both Mr. McQueary and passenger Mrs. Lois Mcqueary refused transport by Adair EMS to a medical facility for treatment.

Mr. Hadley was treated on scene by Adair EMS and was taken to Westlake Regional Hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in the accident.

The Adair EMS and The Adair County Search and Rescue assisted at the scene. from the Adair County Sheriff's Office

This story was posted on 2013-06-25 15:55:51
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