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Slippery roads a factor in Lampton Lane accident

Driver loses control in S-Curve, skids into ditch line, flipping vehicle
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By Deputy Adam Cravens
News from the Adair County Sheriff's Office

The Adair Sheriff's Office responded with Adair EMS to a single vehicle wreck Monday, May 25, 2015, on Lampton Lane.

The accident occurred when Sara Burris, 24, of Columbia, KY, was operating her 2006 Pontiac G6 headed towards Edmonton Road, when she lost control in an S-curve, skidding into a ditch line and then flipping the vehicle.

Burris was able to leave the vehicle of her own power but was transported to Westlake Regional Hospital ER by EMS to be treated for possible injuries.

Slippery conditions were a factor in the wreck.

Deputy Adam Cravens investigated. He was assisted on the scene by Officer Jamie Cole of CPD. --Deputy Adam Cravens

This story was posted on 2015-05-25 18:59:27
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