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Kentucky State Police Investigate Two Vehicle Injury Collision

Date of News Release: 8/14/2017

Browder, KY. (August 11, 2017) – The Kentucky State Police are investigating a two vehicle collision on Beech Creek Browder Road that left 3 people injured.

Preliminary investigation revealed that on August 10th, at approximately 11:45 a.m., Sandra Cartwright, 60, of Drakesboro, was operating her 2010 Chevrolet Treverse north on Beech Creek Browder Road. Jessica Anderson, 30, of Central City and her 3 year old son, Levi Colacecchi, were traveling south on Beech Creek Browder Road. As both drivers crested the same hill, the vehicles collided into each other, practically head on.

The collision caused injury to all three, resulting in Jessica Anderson and her son being transported to Owensboro Health Muhlenberg Community Hospital in Greenville and Sandra Cartwright being transported to Logan Memorial Hospital in Russellville, Ky. All 3 were properly restrained.

Trooper Jerry Knight investigated the collision. Trooper Knight was assisted at the scene by Trooper Jacob Fortney, Beechmont Volunteer Fire Department and Muhlenberg County EMS.

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