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6-8-11 Accident Reports

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May 28
- The Lebanon Police responded to an accident at 9:34 a.m. May 28 at the intersection of the Marion County Veterans Memorial Highway and Loretto Road, near The Hampton Inn.
Tammy Libbee, 50, of 4 W. Lawndale Avenue in Lebanon, Ohio, was traveling northbound through the intersection on Loretto Road in a 2008 Saturn. Her passenger was Georgia Frederick, 73, of 117 Shadow Lake in Mason, Ohio.
Tony A. Lewis, 50, of 2319 Greensburg Road in Campbellsville was driving eastbound on the Veterans Memorial Highway in a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee. According to the police report, witnesses and Lewis told police that he drove through the red light and collided with the Libbee vehicle.
Libbee and Frederick were transported by Marion County EMS to Spring View Hospital for treatment. Libbee received a chest injury, and Frederick received multiple injuries.

May 29
- The Lebanon Police Department responded to an accident at 7:44 p.m. May 29 on Spalding Avenue near Jo Ann Court and Village Loop.
According to the police department, Marylou B. Sullivan, 52, of 205 Long Acres Road in Campbellsville had stopped on Spalding Avenue to make a right turn onto Village Loop. She was driving a 1999 Ford Taurus four-door.
James C. Thompson, 29, of 1902 Rose Island Road in Prospect was traveling south on Spalding Avenue in a 2005 Chevy Silverado extended cab pick-up. The truck collided in the rear of the Sullivan vehicle, driving it into the sign for Lebanon Townhouse and a tree in the yard of 270 N. Spalding Avenue, belonging to Frank and Wanda Spragens.
Sullivan was transported to Spring View Hospital by Marion County EMS. No charges were filed in association with this accident.

May 30
- A Lebanon Police Officer witnessed a single-vehicle accident May 29/30 at the intersection of Marion County Veterans Memorial Highway and Campbellsville Highway.
At 10:07 a.m., Anthony A. Curtis, 45, of 735 Twin Eagles Lane in Lebanon was driving a 2006 Ford four-door SE. According to the report, as Curtis crossed into oncoming traffic and drove down an embankment and stopped near a light pole. Curtis was found having a seizure and he was transported by Marion County EMS to Spring View Hospital for treatment.

June 3
- The Kentucky State Police investigated a two-vehicle collision that took place at 4:53 p.m. June 3 at the intersection of Campbellsville Highway and the Marion County Veterans Memorial Highway.
According to the report, James Lawson, 16, of Lebanon was driving south on the Veterans Memorial Highway in a 2002 Ford F250. Jarrad Livers, 16, of Lebanon was a passenger in the Lawson vehicle.
Lawson was turning left onto Campbellsville Highway and failed to yield to a 1995 Chevy Silverado driven by Ben Ford, 61, of Lebanon, according to the state police. Ford was transported by Marion County EMS to Spring View Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. Lawson and Livers were not injured.
All three individuals were wearing seat belts.

June 4
The Marion County Sheriff’s Office responded to a non-injury accident at 1:50 a.m. on Shortline Pike involving a vehicle overturned in the roadway.
- 2:49 p.m. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office responded to a non-injury accident on Toad Mattingly Road involving a vehicle that struck cattle in the roadway.