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Two buildings hit, damaged in single vehicle accident Monday

Medical Emergency is believed to be a determining factor in Monday's Russell Road, Columbia KY accident which remains under investigation. Driver Josh Conover was taken to TJ Health Columbia for injuries sustained in the single-vehicle accident. He was cited for Operating on a suspended Kentucky driver's license.
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Note - A charge is merely an accusation. A defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty in a subsequent court of law. From Adair County Sheriffs Office

On Monday June 11, 2018. The Adair County Sheriff's Office responded to a single vehicle accident on Bill Turner Road. The vehicle was reported to have driven into a house. Law Enforcement located a vehicle partly inside a home located at 105 Bill Turner Road.


A Preliminary Investigation determined Laramy Josh Conover, 37, of Columbia was operating a 2005 Blue Chevy Colorado pulling a single axle trailer. When his vehicle left the road way the vehicle and trailer grazed a utility pole causing the trailer to break away from the truck.

Conover's vehicle continued on and struck an out building at 3009 Russell Springs Road, moving it from its foundation approximately 10 feet. That property belonged to Rebecca Grant of Columbia.

Conover's vehicle then traveled into a home at 105 Bill Turner Road, moving it from its foundation approximately 3 feet. That property belongs to Jody Perkins of Knifley.

The collision caused significant damage to both structures. Conover was transported by Adair County EMS to TJ Health Columbia for injuries sustained. Laramy Josh Conover was cited for Operating on a suspended Kentucky driver's license. The Adair County Sheriff's Office was assisted at the scene by Adair County EMS.

Medical Emergency is believed to be a determining factor in the accident but it is still under investigation by The Adair County Sheriff's Office.


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ACSO investigating vehicle crash into home, storage building



2018-06-11 - Russell Springs Road/Bill Turner Roads, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
The Adair County Sheriff's Department is investigating a single vehicle accident that injured the driver and resulted in damage to two properties around 1:30pmCT Monday, June 11, 2018. Mrs. Rebecca Grant was in her home with her daughter Diane Coomer when they heard what sounded to them like an explosion at the back of the house. The sound had been that of a pickup truck knocking their storage building off its foundation before traveling and hitting the home next door. Two calls were going in to dispatch at the same time. The white truck in the upper middle background is Lynn's Service Center, backed in to load the wrecked pickup truck lodged in the back side of the home. More will be posted when available from the Adair County Sheriff's Office. - LW

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Home moved off its foundation in Monday vehicle accident



2018-06-12 - 105 Bill Turner Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
A possible medical emergency is believed to be a determining factor in Monday's Russell Road, Columbia KY accident which remains under investigation by the Adair County Sheriff's Office. Driver Josh Conover was taken to TJ Health Columbia for injuries sustained in the single-vehicle accident. He was cited for Operating on a suspended Kentucky driver's license.

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