Man Dead After ATV Accident In Rowan County

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Updated: 7/28/2013 12:29 am

State Police said Adam Holbrook, 38, is dead after an ATV accident in Rowan County.

Troopers said Adam Holbrook, from Morehead, was riding on the ATV that was being towed by a GMC pickup.

According to the report, they were driving on KY173 and Windsor Road near Elliottville, when the driver of the truck turned right. The ATV wasn’t able to turn and the two strap caused the ATV to overturn.

Police said Holbrook was thrown from the four-wheeler and was pronounced dead at St. Claire Medical Center.

Troopers say Holbrook wasn’t wearing a helmet.

They will continue to investigate.

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