Why wasn’t the driver who caused the accident given a citation for causing the accident?
In Kentucky, the police do not determine who was fault in an accident. That is why they say Kentucky is a “no fault state”. The police do not give tickets to the person who caused the CRASH. An auto crash is usually not a criminal investigation therefore the police do not file any charges. This is different than many states. For example, in Ohio a police officer will determine who caused an accident and give a ticket for disregarding a traffic light, stop sign, improperly changing lanes, by not maintaining assured clear distance or for careless driving for example. Kentucky police do not do that. Kentucky police will only give a citation if they actually witness the wreck.
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