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NB semi loaded with cases of vinegar, flips south of Glens Fork
Driver unhurt after tractor trailer unit drops of roadway, and flips. Highway 55 S Road was blocked for approximately 10 hours during cleanup. ACSO, with four officers on the scene, was assisted by the Kentucky State Police, Adair County Fire Department, Adair EMS, and Adair County Emergency Manager Mike Keltner.
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Adair County Sheriff Harrison Moss reports that on Friday, November 3, 2017, The Adair County Sheriffs Department was dispatched to a accident around eight and a half miles down Highway 55 S Road, approximately two miles south of Glens Fork, KY.
Deputy Joey Keith's investigation determined that 59 year-old Steven Miles from Louisville, KY, was driving a semi, fully loaded with cases of vinegar northbound on South 55 when, for an unknown reason, dropped off the right shoulder of the Road.
Miles was unable to bring the semi back onto the road and the vehicle flipped.
The semi then traveled approximately 75 feet before coming to rest on its side.
Miles was uninjured in the accident. Hwy South 55 Road was blocked off for approximately 10 hours while emergency personal cleaned up the accident.
Deputy Keith was assisted on the scene by Deputy Padgett, Deputy Durbin, Sheriff Moss of the Adair County Sheriff's Department, The Kentucky State Police, Adair County Fire Departmetn, Adair County EMS and the Adair County Emergency Manager Mike Keltner.
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