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Two vehicle crash at Greensburg ST/CWB crossing

2009-09-11 - Greesburg ST/Columbia Western Bypass Crossing - Photo by Ed Waggener.
Yet another accident has occurred on the Columbia Western Bypass this morning at approximately 10amCT. It was the second accident on the bypass in less than a full eight days, The top scene shows units of the Columbia Police Department assisted by Adair County EMS, Columbia Adair County Fire Department, Adair County Sheriff's Department, the Kentucky Highway Department, and the Kentucky State Police at the scene of a collision of a northboud Lincoln Mark VIII and a Ford truck. All three occupants, the driver of the automobile and the driver and passenger in the truck, were transported by the Adair County EMS. More details later

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