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Six injured in 3 Jul 2017 crash on KY 55/Heartland Parkway

2000 Ford Motor home vs. KIA Suv - Driver of southbound KIA SUV loses control on rainslick road, crosses into path of 2000 Ford Econoline E350 motor home. Three flown from the scene to UK Medical Center. Three treated and released at TJ Health/Columbia, KY. One taken to TJ Health then flown to UL Hospital. Tpr. Marvin Blakey was assisted at the scene by other KSP personnel, Adair County Sheriff's Dept., Fire, EMS and Air Evac.
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By TFC Billy Gregory, Public Information Officer
KSP Post 15, Columbia, KY

COLUMBIA, KY. (4 Jul 2017) Tpr. Marvin Blakey is investigating a collision that occurred on Monday, July 3, 2017 at approximately 12amNoonCT, on KY 55, 5 miles north of Columbia in Adair County.

34-year-old Janet A. Jennings, of Columbia, KY, was operating a southbound KIA SUV when she lost control of the vehicle due to wet road conditions and crossed into the path of a northbound 2000 Ford Econoline E350 motor home operated by 29-year old Jordan Slagle of Canal Winchester, Ohio. Slagle was unable to avoid the collision.

55-year-old Jean-Ann Weis and 9-year old Nea McNeally, of Columbia, KY; 34-year-old Ryan Slagle and 8-year-old Addison Slagle, of Canal Winchester, OH and 33-year-old Adam Slagle of Pickerington, OH were all passengers in the motor home.

Jordan Slagle, Jean Weis and Addison Slagle were all flown from the scene to the University of Kentucky Hospital where they all are listed in stable condition. Ryan Slagle, Adam Slagle and Nia McNeally were all transported to TJ Health hospital in Columbia, KY where they were treated and released for non life threatening injuries.

Janet Jennings was belted and was flown from TJ Health Hospital to University of Louisville Hospital where she is listed in stable condition. Tpr. Blakey was assisted at the scene by other KSP personnel, Adair County Sheriff's Dept., Fire, EMS and Air Evac.

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