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Accident Injury 01 gold 300NORTONVILLE, Ky. (4/8/13) – On Saturday, April 6, at around 3:00 PM, Kentucky State Police (KSP), the Nortonville Fire and Rescue and Med Center Ambulance responded to a report of an accident on West Pine Street in Nortonville.
 
According to KSP Officials, 18-year-old Matthew Cobb, of Nortonville, was traveling north on South Oak Street. At the same time, Judy Stanley, 52, of White Plains, was traveling eastbound on West Pine Street. According to witness statements, Cobb ran the stop sign on South Oak Street where it intersects West Pine Street. Mr. Cobb then struck the passenger side of Mrs. Stanley’s vehicle with the front of his vehicle, causing him to be ejected off of the scooter.
 
Cobb was not wearing a helmet and was transported to Baptist Regional Medical Center via Med Center Ambulance Service for treatment to his injuries.
 
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