At 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sgt. Mark Cromwell responded to Hudson Cemetery Road off KY
92 West where Anthony Antle, 28, had become ill while behind the wheel of his 1994
Chevrolet truck, resulting in the truck leaving the roadway and crashing into a
tree. Antle was airlifted from the Russell County EMS helipad to the U.K. Medical
Center for treatment of his injuries.
Less than one hour later, at 12:25 p.m., Sgt. Cromwell responded to KY 379 where two
persons sustained injuries during an accident that involved three vehicles. Sgt.
Cromwell’s investigation determined a Nissan Versa, being operated by David Logsdon
of Russell Springs, was attempting to cross KY 379 from Blair Schoolhouse Road to
French Valley Road, while a 2013 Ford car, driven by Donnie Gadberry, 44, of
Columbia, was northbound on KY 379, resulting in the Gadberry vehicle swerving out
of control and then colliding with a 2004 Ford truck, operated by Taylor Cowan, 19,
of Russell Springs.
All three drivers escaped injury. Two passengers in the Gadberry vehicle (wife:
Betty Gadberry, 43, and their son, Kodie Gadberry, 16) were transported by Russell
County EMS to the Russell County Hospital where they were treated for their injuries
and later released.
Sunday at 9:02 p.m., Deputy Ethan Pike responded to a one vehicle wreck that sent
two persons to the U.K. Medical Center by emergency helicopter. Deputy Pike’s
preliminary investigation determined that Michael J. Hadley, 33, of Russell Springs,
was operating a 2013 Chevrolet and failed to stop at the intersection of Mt.
Pleasant Road and Blair Schoolhouse Road off KY 92 West, resulting in Hadley’s
vehicle leaving the roadway and striking an embankment.