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Car is Struck by a UPS Truck in Kentucky Accident

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

Three vehicles were involved in a Kentucky car accident when a UPS truck struck a car. The accident caused a chain reaction that involved three cars. According to Kentucky State Police, the accident took place on KY 32 near Copperas Hollow.

The accident occurred at approximately 4:00 PM on Thursday afternoon, September 10, 2009.

“The call about the accident came in at 4:05 PM. The UPS truck driver advised that he was coming over the hill, he was sneezing, and he did not see unit two or unit three,” said Kentucky Sate Police Trooper Joshua Pigman.

The UPS truck was being driven by William Gillespie when the collision occurred. The second car involved in the accident was driven by Devin Lewis. Holly Brown was the driver of the third vehicle. The make and models of the two cars involved in the crash on KY 32 were not provided by police who were investigating the crash.

Morehead Fire and Rescue responded to the accident where they transported Brown to a local hospital for apparent neck injuries. Lewis was taken to St. Claire Regional Medical Center by a friend.

The accident is still under investigation by Kentucky Sate Police Trooper Joshua Pigman.

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