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Single vehicle wreck occurs when car swerves to miss a dog

Driver loses control, slides downhill off roadway and rolls on side. Operator declines treatment at the scene and the vehicle was towed. Slippery conditions believed a factory

By Deputy Adam Cravens

The Adair Sheriffs Office and Adair EMS responded to a single vehicle wreck on Edmonton Road, Sunday afternoon August 17, 2014. Autumn Marks 36, of Adair County was operating her 2007 Saturn westbound when she swerved to miss a dog in the road.

Marks lost control of the vehicle and then slid downhill off of the road before the car rolled onto its side.

Marks declined treatment at the scene and the vehicle was towed. Slippery conditions are believed to also be a factor. - Deputy Adam Cravens, Adair County Sheriff's Office, Columbia, KY

This story was posted on 2014-08-17 15:04:35
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