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One vehicle accident on Dunbar Hill near Knifley takes life

Single vehicle accident on East side of Dunbar Hill results in injuries to two siblings, death of third. More details will be posted when received from the Adair County Sheriff's Department
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By Ed Waggener

Adair County Coroner Todd Akin has confirmed one fatality in a single vehicle crash on Elkhorn Road, Dunbar Hill, near Knifley, KY, this afternoon, Friday, July 15, 2016. Deputy Greg Mann pronounced the victim deceased on the scene. The accident was reported to Adair County 911 at 2:45pmCT, Coroner Akin said.


Two other occupants were flown to UK Medical Center, Lexington, Sheriff Harrison Moss said.

ACSO Sheriff Harrison Moss and ACSO Deputy Brandon Hitch investigated. Sheriff Moss said that traffic was stopped while the investigation and vehicle removal was underway.

The name of the victim and the injured will be released after next of kin are notified, Sheriff Moss said.


This story was posted on 2016-07-15 16:41:50
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