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AC Emergency Management, EMS thank rescuers at Pumpjack

Male patient taken to TJ Health/Columbia, KY and is in stable condition
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By Mike Keltner, Director, Adair Emergency Management

Adair County Emergency Management and Adair County EMS would like to thank Johnny Underwood, Jamie Hatcher, and Josh Hatcher for assisting on a rescue of an injured person at Pumpjack Off Road Park, Monday evening, March 13, 2017.

They used their personal vehicles, risking loss and personal injury to assist in removing this person from the trails.

Adair County Search and Rescue and Breeding Fire Department assisted on scene.

The male patient was taken to TJ Health Columbia and was in stable condition at the time of this briefing.

Mike Keltner, Director, Adair Co. Emergency Management
107 N High Street, Columbia, KY 42728

This story was posted on 2017-03-13 22:50:02
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Multi-unit 1st Responders, volunteers conduct successful rescue

2017-03-13 - Pumpjack Off Trail Park, Milltown, KY - Photo from Mike Keltner, Adair Emergency Management.
A Monday evening, March 13, 2017, rescue at Pumpjack Off Trail Park was successfully conducted with the Adair County Emergency Management, Adair County EMS, Adair Search & Rescue, and the Breeding Technical Rescue Team assisted by volunteers Johnny Underwood, Jamie Hatcher, and Josh Hatcher. The male patient was taken to TJ Health/Columbia, KY for treatment. - Mike Keltner

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