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Two early morning single vehicle accidents send two to TJ

ACSO works two injury accidents within 2.5 hours, both on Louie B. Nunn/Cumberland Parkway. One driver cited for DUI. Other driver reports she was forced off the road by another vehicle.
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From the Adair County Sheriff's Office

Two early morning single vehicle accidents have sent two persons to TJ Health of Columbia.

Eastbound 2000 Dodge Caravan crashes on LBN at 5:50amCT
Wednesday, September 6, 2017, at approximately 05:50amCT, Deputy Josh Durbin and Deputy Aarpm Rainwater responded to the Louie B Nunn Parkway where a 2000 Dodge Caravan being operated by Stefan Williams of Lewisburg, KY, was traveling eastbound when he ran off the roadway and struck a guardrail.

Williams was treated on scene by Adair County EMS and transported to TJ Health of Columbia where he was cited by Deputy Durbin for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs/alcohol. (Note: Charges/allegations are not findings of guilt. An individual charged by law enforcement is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty at some later criminal proceeding.)

WB Somerset car forced off the road by another vehicle, driver advises

Just a short time later on Wednesday, September 6, 2017, at approximately 08:15amCT, Deputy Aaron Rainwater was dispatched to the 44 mile marker of the Louie B Nunn Parkway for a single vehicle accident with injuries.

Twenty-two year old Paige Adams of Somerset, KY, was traveling west bound when, she advised, another vehicle forced her off the road.

Adams struck an earth embankment and was trapped in the vehicle for approximately 15 minuets before being extricated by members of the Adair County Fire Department.

Adams was treated on scene by Adair County EMS and transported to TJ Health of Columbia for further treatment.


This story was posted on 2017-09-06 10:18:30
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