Scottsville police respond after bulldozer fall on KY 100

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SCOTTSVILLE, Ky. – Scottsville authorities say they were on the scene for three hours after a bulldozer fell Wednesday on KY 100.

Around 6 p.m. Wednesday night, the Scottsville Police Department says it responded to the intersection of KY 100 and East Locust Street for a bulldozer that had fallen off of a trailer.

When police arrived, they say they determined a semi flatbed operated by Tyler Tucker of Lafayette, Tennessee was transporting the large bulldozer eastbound on KY 100.

As the trailer entered a curve at the intersection, authorities say a chain broke and led to the bulldozer falling off of the trailer.

As a result, police say the bulldozer had fallen onto its back with the blade facing updward.

Scottsville police say a heavy haul wrecker was called for assistance.

No injuries were reported as a result of this incident, police say.