Woman Injured In Morgan County Crash

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Updated: 6/18/2012 12:14 pm
One woman is injured, following a traffic accident in Morgan County.

Kentucky State Police say the single vehicle accident on KY 172 near West Liberty Monday.

Police say Eva Elliott was traveling east on KY 172, when she failed to negotiate a right hand curve and started to skid.

Elliott struck the guardrail with the front end of her vehicle, causing her vehicle to spin around. Police say Elliott then struck the guardrail a second time with the rear end of the vehicle, causing her to go over the guardrail and travel over an embankment backwards, overturning and coming to a final rest.

Elliott was flown to St. Marys Medical Center in Huntington, West Virginia for non-life threatening injuries. The accident remains under investigation.
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