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Two Pig residents were sent to the hospital yesterday evening as a result of a two vehicle collision on 31W yesterday near Rocky Hill, according to the Edmonson County Sheriff's Office.
Deputies said around 6pm on October 17th, Judy Keown, (67) of Pig attempted to cross 31W from HWY 422 (Pig Rd) in a gray Chevy Tahoe when she pulled into the path of Nicholas Billa, (29) of Park City, who was driving a Ford F150.
Deputies said Billa was headed north on 31W and was pulling a trailer that carried a commercial mower. According to the Sheriff's Office, Keown did not see the truck and the Ford struck the Tahoe in the rear passenger door, which knocked the Tahoe down an embankment.
Keown was transported to Greenview Hospital for non-life threatening injuries. Her passenger, James Keown, (77) also of Pig was extricated from the vehicle and also transported to Greenview for non-life threatening injuries. Billa was reportedly uninjured and refused medical treatment at the scene.
Deputies said all parties were wearing seat belts.
In addition to the Sheriff's Office, Kentucky State Police also assisted, as well as the Rocky Hill and Brownsville fire departments, Edmonson County JAWS, and Edmonson EMS.