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Loyal Man Accused of Hitting Greenwood Ambulance Appears in Clark County Court
Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014 -- 3:28 pm
Posted by Riley Hebert-News Director

-A Loyal man accused of hitting a Greenwood Ambulance appeared in Clark County Court Wednesday afternoon.

At the beginning of June, Kevin Colby, age 35, along with his passenger Angela Colby, age 35 of Loyal, drove through the intersection of H and 73 striking the ambulance as it was returning from a call. It was later determined that Colby had a blood alcohol level of .184, well above the legal limit. He also told authorities that he thought he was on a completely different road.

The three passengers of the ambulance were not seriously injured, all though the two EMTs in the back were transported to Ministry St. Joseph’s Hospital in Marshfield. Initially, Colby had six charges filed against him, all of them some variant of causing an injury while intoxicated, but now he only has four.

During the Motion Hearing, Colby’s attorney, Damon Stichert, mentioned a new motion he wanted to add to the others, that dealt with the constitutionality of giving consent for a blood draw. He is also questioning the expert testimony regarding the crash reconstruction and bias that may occurred during this case. Clark County District Attorney Lynsdey Boon-Brunette also asked for the court’s approval to get the medical records of the ones injured in the accident to Mr. Stichert, as she mentioned a new discovery regarding the records.

Colby will return to court on February 25th for another Motion Hearing.

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