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Two injured in turning collision on Heartland Parkway

Dodge Scion hit in rear by while attempting turn in 2200 block of KY 55 N/Campbellsville Road/Heartland Parkway. Both occupants of Scion injured, transported to TJ Health/Columbia, and driver flown from TJH/Columbia by Air Evac to UL Medical Center. Accident is being investigated by Ofc. Josh Brockman.
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By Ofc Josh Brockman, Public Information Officer>
Columbia Police Department, Chief, Jason Cross

Columbia Police Department was dispatched to a two vehicle injury collision on KY 55 north, at approximately 7:45pmCT Thursday night, November 2, 2017.


The collision occurred when Adrian Stotts, 36, and his wife Ashley Stotts, 34, of Columbia where operating a 2013 Toyota Scion and had stopped in the left lane of traffic, which is also used as a passing lane, waiting to make a left turn into a local business parking lot. While awaiting traffic, the Stotts vehicle was struck in the rear by 24-year-old Dakota Bigerstaff, who was operating a 2015 Dodge Rogue.

Adrian Stotts and his wife Ashley were transported to TJ Health of Columbia by Adair County EMS. Adrian was then transferred by Air Evac life flight to the University of Louisville Med Center. As of this release on Sunday, November 5, 2017, he is still listed in serious condition.

His wife Ashley was treated and released.

Bigerstaff was uninjured in the collision .

The collision is being investigated by CPD Ofc Josh Brockman.



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Columbia PD works 2 vehicle injury collision on Heartland Pkwy



2017-11-02 - 2200 block of Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Traffic was detoured about this collision scene in the 2200 block of Campbellsville Road/Heartland Parkway seen from the parking lot at Betty's OKCC Restaurant, looking north. The injured had already been removed from the scene when this photo was taken at around 8:30pmCT. Columbia City Police were awaiting the arrival of wreckers, one from J & S, the other from Cody's. One vehicle involved in the collision is in the ditchline on the left, is a 2013 Toyota Scion; the other, a 2015 Dodge Rogue, is in the spotlight center right of the photo. More details will be posted here when received from the Columbia Police Department. - EW

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Two rollbacks block Heartland Pkwy on scene of injury collision



2017-11-05 - Heartland Parkway 2200 block Campbellsville Road/Heartland Pkwy, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
Rollbacks from J & S Towing, left, removing a 2013 Toyota Scion, and Cody's Auto Sales, removing a 2015 Dodge Rogue, blocked the stretch above on the Heartland Parkway on Thursday, November 3, 2017, following a collision at around 7:30pmCT. Traffic was diverted onto Keltner Road during the injured evacuation and during the clean up phase. Both occupants of the Scion were injured and taken to TJ Health/Columbia. The driver was airlifted, later, from TJ to the the UL Medical Center, Louisville, KY. - EW

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