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Traffic alert: Overturned semi cleanup blocks KY 55 S Rd.

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By Mike Keltner, Adair County Emergency Manager

Traffic is alert to an overturned semi-trailer truck, in the 8600 block of on KY 55 South Road, south of Glens Fork, KY, at Cedar Creek.

KY 55 will be closed intermittently during truck removal. Motorists should avoid the area and use caution when traffic is allowed to pass the accident. The accident occurred mid-afternoon, Friday, November 3, 2017.



This story was posted on 2017-11-03 16:26:35
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Overturned semi on KY 55 a Cabin Creek



2017-11-03 - 8600 Block of KY 55 S Road, south of Glens Fork, KY - Photo By Mike Keltner, Adair Emergency Manager.
Adair County Fire Department personnel were on the scene monitoring fuel leakage from the saddle tanks on this truck which overturned at this point near Cabin Creek. The truck appears to have been headed north, toward Glens Fork and Columbia.

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Adair County FD firefighters check out fuel leaks



2017-11-04 - KY 55 South Road, 8600 block, S of Glens Fork, KY - Photo by Mike Keltner, Adair County Emergency Manager.
Adair County Fire Department members Glasgow and Crawhorn check fuel leakage, hazards from the saddle tanks of an overturned semi trailer on Friday afternoon near Cabin Creek on KY 55, south of Glens Fork, KY.

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Semi overturned near Cabin Creek, S of Glens Fork, KY



2017-11-04 - KY 55 South Road, 8600 block, S of Glens Fork, KY - Photo By Mike Keltner, Adair Emergency Manager.
Adair County Fire Department personnel were on the scene monitoring fuel leakage from the saddle tanks on this truck which overturned at this point near Cabin Creek. The truck appears to have been headed north, toward Glens Fork and Columbia.

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