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Two Vehicle Injury Collision in Henderson County

Date of News Release: 3/19/2017

Spottsville, KY. (March 19, 2017) – On March 19th at approximately 2031 Hours, the Kentucky State Police received a call of an accident around the 11000 block of US 60E.Upon the Troopers arrival, they found that a 2006 Dodge van, driven by Nancy Phillips of Reed, was traveling East bound on US 60E in the Spottsville community of Henderson County when she collided with a 2004 Chevy pickup truck, driven by Amber Walsh of Corydon. The Chevy truck was traveling west bound on US 60E when the driver missed a turn and attempted to turn around in a drive way. The driver of the truck attempted to back into the east bound lane and did not see the Dodge van when they backed out into the direction of travel of the van, causing the collision. Two of the passengers in the Pickup truck were riding in the bed of the truck, Keira Scott and Ryan Walsh. Both were injured and taken to the hospital by ambulance. Two more passengers in the truck, Jaymz Deno and Robert Beasley, refused treatment at the scene and were taken to the hospital by a family member. The driver of the Van also refused treatment at the scene and was taken to the hospital by a family member. The Kentucky State Police was assisted at the scene by the Spottsville Volunteer Fire Department and the Henderson County Rescue Squad.

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