Woman in Critical Condition After Rowan County Collision

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 2/02 12:50 am

State Police said a woman is in critical condition Saturday night after a collision in Rowan County.

Troopers said it happened at KY 801 and US 60 West.

According to police, Christopher Maness, 36, was driving west on US 60 when he didn’t come to a stop at the intersection.

They said he collided with Sheila Abernathy, 40.

Police said Maness was taken to the hospital in Morehead, where he is in stable condition.

Abernathy was air lifted to UK Hospital, and is listed in critical condition.

Investigators don’t believe drugs or alcohol contributed to this accident.

It remains under investigation.

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