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Two injured: 1995 Dump truck strikes 2009 Nissan on US 127

Rearending collision occurs 4 miles south of Albany
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By Jason Morris, Public Affairs Officer, KSP Region 2

ALBANY, KY - (Mon 30 Oct 2017) - Kentucky State Police investigated a two vehicle injury collision on US 127, 4 miles south of Albany today around 1:51pmCT.

Preliminary investigations indicate that 53 year-old Jeffery Cornett of Albany was operating a 1995 Ford Dump Truck traveling north on US127. Cornett struck the rear of a 2009 Nissan being operated by 51 year-old Sheila Turner of Livingston, TN, who was attempting to make a left hand turn. Turner and a passenger, 28 year-old Corey Jackson of Livingston, TN, were both transported to the Clinton County Hospital with non-life threatening injuries by Clinton County EMS. All parties were wearing their seat belts at the time of the collision.

Sergeant Randy Honeycutt is investigating and was assisted by the Clinton County Sheriff's Department, Fire and EMS

This story was posted on 2017-10-30 17:35:46
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