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Injury Collison on I65 in Warren County

Date of News Release: 07/20/2016

Bowling Green, KY (July 20, 2016) Kentucky State Police investigated a two vehicle injury collision involving a Commercial Motor Vehicle and a small passenger car on I-65 8 miles south of Bowling Green today at 3:25 p.m.

Preliminary investigations indicate that 30 year-old Nicholas Moser of Nashville, TN was operating a 2008 Toyota south in the fast lane of I-65. Due to the heavy rainfall his vehicle to hydroplaned causing him to lose control of the vehicle and strike the concrete barrier wall. Moser then traveled back onto the interstate into the path of a 2016 Freightliner Truck being operated by 61 year-old Terry Ellerbee of Acworth, GA. Ellerbee who was traveling in the center lane was unable to avoid the collision and struck Moser's vehicle.

Moser was transported from the scene by the Medical Center EMS to Skyline Hospital in Nashville, TN with non-life threatening injuries. Ellerbee was wearing his seatbelt and was not injured in the collision.

Senior Officer Chris Duke investigated the collision and was assisted on scene by Senior Officer Jeremy Duvall, Alvaton Fire and the Medical Center EMS.

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