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Campbellsville PD investigates 2 vehicle collision

One driver deceased prior to collision from causes not related to it. Both vehicles, 2006 Camry and 2001 Nissan Rogue suffer minor damage.

From Campbellsville 911

The Campbellsville Police Department Tuesday, June 10, 2014 responded to a non-injury accident on (US 68) West Broadway at 10:34amET. A 2006 Toyota Camry being operated by Sherri Walker (31yoa) was stopped at the 210/68 intersection. Walker was struck in the rear of her vehicle by 73 years of age, Beatrice Estes of Greensburg, KY, who was operating a 2001 Nissan Rogue. The vehicles of Estes and Walker both had minor damage.

Estes was found to be unresponsive and not breathing by witnesses at scene. Entry was made into her vehicle and she was transported to Taylor County Regional Hospital by CTCEMS, where she was pronounced deceased, in reference to a unknown medical condition not related to the accident. Campbellsville Police Officers R, Rogers and D. Tucker investigated the collision. In addition, Campbellsville/Taylor County EMS and Campbellsville Fire Department were on the scene.




This story was posted on 2014-06-11 09:23:51
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