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ACSO investigating 3-vehicle collision Bypass & Heartland Pkwy

Chain reaction collisions result in injuries to three drivers. Second serious accident - one was deadly - on Heartland Parkway in two days.
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From Adair County Sheriff's Office

Adair County Deputy Josh Durbin is investigating a three-vehicle injury collision that occurred on Sunday, March 26,2017 on Campbellsville Road (KY 55 N/Heartland Parkway) and the Columbia Bypass (Adair County Veterans Memorial Bypass).

Twenty-two year old Toni Hickman was traveling south on KY 55 in a 2004 Oldsmobile when she struck a 2007 Chevy Yukon being operated by 65 year old Ruth Blackwell in the rear of her vehicle as the Yukon was stopped at a stop light. The Yukon then struck a 2016 Hyundai being operated by 25 year old Noel Wilson of Columbia.

Hickman was transported by EMS to TJ Health/Columbia, for treatment of her injuries.

Wilson and Blackwell was taken by private means to the hospital for treatment of their injuries.

Deputy Durbin was assisted on the scene by Adair County EMS, Deputy Justin Cross, and the Columbia Police Department.

This story was posted on 2017-03-26 21:56:39
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