Car towed after rear-end collisionAugust 2, 2019
From Local Sources
FERDINAND — A Kentucky man’s car needed a tow after a Tuesday morning collision on Ferdinand’s south side.
Juan P. Madrid Diaz, 40, Owensboro, was westbound on Industrial Park Road in a 2009 Chevrolet Malibu when the 6:35 a.m. mishap occurred at Scenic Hills Drive, according to the Ferdinand Police Department.
Madrid Diaz slowed for a turning semi in front of him and, when he did, his car was rear-ended by a 1998 Dodge Ram driven by Dean O. Mullis, 42, Bristow, police said.
Both drivers were wearing seat belts and no injuries were reported.
Damage was estimated at $6,000 to the Madrid Diaz Chevrolet and $1,000 to the Mullis Dodge.
A Berg’s Garage wrecker assisted with scene cleanup and towed the Madrid Diaz Chevrolet, which was totaled.
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