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Accident reconstructionists still on site of fatality

Update: Road has reopened at 7:54pmCT Sat 11 Mar 2017, Sheriff Harrison Moss reports
Sheriff Moss reports one person died in the accident
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By Ed Waggener

(7:43amCT - Sat 11 Mar 2017)The Kentucky State Police accident reconstructionist team is still on the scene of a single vehicle fatal accident on Greensburg Road near its intersection with Thompson-Harvey Road in the Milltown community of Adair County, which occurred several hours ago.


Adair County Sheriff Harrison Moss said that traffic is block because darkness would otherwise make the work of the team much more dangerous with traffic flowing.

Sheriff Moss said that he had no further details other that the vehicle is white in color. An official report on the accident will be posted when available from the Kentucky State Police.


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Placid, hidden pond site of Saturday tragedy



2017-03-13 - SW intersection, Greensburg Road and Thompson-Harvey Road, Milltown Community, Adair County, KY. - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com(c).
Sunday morning, March 12, 2017, one would hardly have realized that this peaceful scene was the site of a tragedy, on the Saturday before when viewed from Thompson-Harvey Road, above, except for police scene yellow tape on the Greensburg Street frontage, left in the photo. A 45-year-old Adair County woman, Alesha Bryant Morrison, was pronounced dead at the scene here on Saturday, March 11, 2017. According to the Kentucky State Police, 52-year-old Samuel Edwards, of Columbia, was operating a northbound 2002 KIA on KY 61 when he lost control of the vehicle and left the shoulder of the roadway, and, the report said, "The vehicle then began to flip, striking the roadway multiple times before striking a tree and coming to final rest in a pond. Edwards and a passenger, 45-year-old Alesha Morrison, of Columbia, were ejected from the vehicle. Morrison was pronounced dead at the scene by the Adair County Coroner. Edwards was airlifted to UK Medical Center and is listed in stable condition. The investigation is ongoing." (KSP story by TFC Billy Gregory - - Ed Waggener

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2002 Kia after crash which took one life, injured another



2017-03-13 - Harper Auto & 24 Hour Towing, 407 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY. - Photo by Ed Waggener, Columbiamagazine.com(c) .
Ernie Harper of Harpers Auto & 24 Hour Towing Service, beside 2002 Kia sedan involved in a fatality collision Saturday. Two people were ejected from vehicle in the crash Saturday afternoon, March 11, 2017, at the Southwest Corner of KY 61 and Thompson-Harvey Road, Milltown, KY. Harper said retrieving the vehicle "took every hook and cable I had." - EW. Photo Mon 13 Mar 2017.

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Scene of fatal crash Mon 13 Mar 2017



2017-03-13 - Greensburg Road, just south of Burton-Garmon and Thompson Harvey Roads, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, Columbiamagazine.com(c) .
The scene of the Saturday afternoon, March 11, 2017 fatal auto crash, showing path of Northbound 2002 Kia after it left the roadway. One person was dead as a result of the crash, another occupant was injured. Both passengers were ejected from the vehicle, which had to be retrieved from a pond beyond the tree line. The interrupted tracks in the path of the vehicle indicate that it may have flipped several times in the grass before impacting a large tree.- EW See also; KY State Police Report

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Vehicle involved in fatal accident damaged front to rear



2017-03-16 - Harpers Auto & 24 Hour Towing, 407 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Rear end of 2002 Kia Spectrum involved in a fatality collision which took the life of a 45-year-old Adair County woman. Two people were ejected from vehicle in the crash Saturday afternoon, March 11, 2017, at the Southwest Corner of KY 61 and Thompson-Harvey Road, Milltown, KY. - EW

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