Edmonson Voice Staff Report:
A Cub Run woman and her passenger escaped injury when the truck they were driving caught fire and burned on Nolin Dam Road Monday evening, according to the Edmonson County Sheriff's Office.
In a statement from the Sheriff's Office, a deputy said that at around 5:30pm in the 200 block of Nolin Dam Road, an unnamed passenger noticed smoke coming from the 1995 Dodge pickup and urged the driver, Peggy Hopkins (57), to pull over.
As the driver pulled the vehicle over it became engulfed in flames. The truck was a total loss but both the driver and passenger escaped without injury, according to authorities.
Responding to the blaze was the Kyrock Fire Department along with a member of Bear Creek FD, as well as the Edmonson County Sheriff's Office.