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Campbellsville Police investigate property damage auto collision

At US 68 and KY 323

By Anne Sanders
Campbellsville 911

The Campbellsville Police Department, Saturday August 2, 2014, investigated a property damage automobile collision in west Campbellsville.

On Saturday August 2, 2014, at 10:45pmET, the Campbellsville Police Department received a report of an automobile collision at the intersection of US 68 and KY 323.

Upon arrival, Officer J. Hedgespeth observed two vehicles blocking the roadway. The collision involved a silver Ford truck operated by Christian Goodin of Greensburg and a gold Chevrolet operated by Steven Burgess of Horse Cave, KY.

Officers worked quickly to remove the wreckage and unblock the roadway. There were no injuries reported and no charges were placed to either driver. - Anne Sanders




This story was posted on 2014-08-05 12:02:25
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