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Procession traffic alert from SO's in Russell, Adair & Casey

Sheriff Offices, Police, Fire, and EMS vehicles and personnel will be protecting intersections along the path of the procession carrying slain Officer Daniel Ellis from EKU Alumni Coliseum to his final resting place in Pellyton, Adair County, KY. The public is encouraged to line the procession route in support of Officer Ellis & his family.
Click on headline for complete story. Obituary: Daniel Neil Ellis, 33, (1982-2015)

By Russell County Sheriff Clete McAninch

The funeral procession for slain Richmond Police Officer Daniel Ellis will travel trough parts of Russell County Wednesday afternoon.

The funeral procession will exit the westbound lane of the Louie B. Nunn/Cumberland Parkway at Exit 62 in Russell Springs, KY turning right, traveling north on U.S. 127 to the Intersection of KY 76 at Webbs Cross Roads. The procession will turn left (west) on KY 76 and travel to KY 206 in Adair County, to Pellyton Cemetery on Pellyton Road East near the Adair-Casey County line.


The funeral procession will be lengthy. All intersections along the road will be blocked by Sheriffs, Police, Fire and EMS vehicles and personnel.

The public is encouraged to line the funeral procession route in support of Officer Ellis & his family.

Motorists should plan for extended travel delays on roads that are part of the funeral procession route and should take alternate routes where possible.

We appreciate your support, understanding and cooperation.

Our prayer and support continue for Officer Ellis' family and the Richmond Police Department.

Sincerely,

- Russell County Sheriff Clete McAninch

- Adair County Sheriff Harrison Moss

= Casey County Sheriff Jerry Coffman


This story was posted on 2015-11-11 06:32:31
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