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Webster County Property Valuation Administrator

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Webster County Property Valuation Administrator

P.O. Box 88

Dixon, Kentucky,42409

United States

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UTU: News

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Webster County Sheriff Frankie Springfield said the accident occurred around 8 a.m. Wednesday at the railroad crossing on Slaughters-Elmwood Road, two miles north of Slaughters.
Brown drove onto the railroad tracks in order for the truck's occupants to place "men working signs" on the tracks, authorities said. That's when a southbound CSX train struck the driver's side rear of the truck, pushing the truck off the tracks and causing it to overturn, Springfield said. Springfield said the railroad crossing does not have an arm or flashing lights to warn when a train is coming. However, he said, in interviewing the train's conductor and engineer, both reported utilizing the train's horn, running lights and bells to alert people of the train's approach. Springfield said the tracks were shut down from around 8 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.


www.journalenterprise.com

Other candidates on the ballot include Chad Townsend, magistrate district one; Frankie Springfield, Webster County Sheriff; Jim Townsend, Webster County Judge-Executive; Tony Felker, magistrate district three; Valerie Franklin, Webster County Clerk; Clint Prow, Webster County Attorney; Jeff Kelley, Property Valuation Administrator; Mike Walker, Sebree Mayor; and Larry Vanover, Webster County Coroner.


www.journalenterprise.com

Webster Sheriff Frankie Springfield also noted that 2009 tax collection was at approximately 75 percent.
He felt like collections would increase this week with an end-of-the-year deadline approaching.


www.kentucky.com

"The mobile home was all in pieces," Webster County Sheriff Frankie Springfield told The Gleaner in Henderson, Ky.Three people were able to escape the mobile home and another person was found "in the rubble" Springfield told the newspaper.


www.kentucky.com

Counties included in the watch are Adair, Barren, Boyle, Bullitt, Carroll, Clinton, Fayette, Garrard, Green, Hart, Jessamine, Lincoln, Marion, Mercer, Nelson, Owen, Russell, Simpson, Trimble, Woodford, Allen, Boone, Bracken, Butler, Casey, Cumberland, Franklin, Grant, Hardin, Henry, Kenton, Logan, Mason, Metcalfe, Nicholas, Pendleton, Scott, Spencer, Warren, Anderson, Bourbon, Breckinridge, Campbell, Clark, Edmonson, Gallatin, Grayson, Harrison, Jefferson, Larue, Madison, Meade, Oldham, Robertson, Shelby, Taylor, Washington and Woodford."The mobile home was all in pieces," Webster County Sheriff Frankie Springfield told The Gleaner in Henderson.Three people were able to escape the mobile home and another person was found "in the rubble" Springfield told the newspaper.


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