Minor injuries reported following accident in Shenandoah

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May 14th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

Authorities in Page County say one person suffered minor, “possible” injuries during an accident Sunday afternoon, in Shenandoah. Sheriff’s Officials say 22-year-old Georgia Adams, of Shenandoah, was wearing her seat belt. She was transported to the Shenandoah Medical Center following the crash of her car on “A” Avenue, just north of Highway Two. 

Sheriff Lyle Palmer says Adams was traveling north towards Shenandoah at around 4:30-p.m, when she lost control of her vehicle, which left the road and hit a residential driveway, before flipping twice end-over-end, and coming to rest on it’s wheels. The Sheriff’s report said Adams may have fallen asleep or fainted due to fatigue, prior to the crash. Adams was cited for failure to maintain control. The 1997 Buick Regal she was driving sustained $3,500 damage.