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Constable Collins, at home, suspected wreck when lights dimmed

2017-09-17 - Bull Run Road, at Dwight Curry Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener .
Adair County Constable Joe Collins, above making a call from the scene of a serious one vehicle traffic accident last night at around 10:45pmCT, was at home on Campbellsville Road just north of Betty's OKCC restaurant, when the lights dimmed. "I knew something had happened, and made some calls and got the search and rescue over here to help with traffic control. When the picture was taken at 7:41am, Sunday morning 10 or so Taylor RECC workers left only an hour and one-half earlier, restoring power. The SAR and Sheriff's Deputy Derek Padgett were still at work stopping traffic while waiting for Duo-County lineman to complete the restoration of cable service for about six families along Dwight Curry and Bull Run Road. - EW

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