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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,
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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