Kentucky State Police are investigating a drive-by assault that injured a Madison County road worker.
The employee told state police that the passenger of a northbound, dark blue F-150 stuck a long object out the window and struck him in the legs. The worker fell to the ground.
The incident happened shortly before 2 p.m. Tuesday as the worker was putting up a speed limit sign on Meadowbrook Road. The employee had non-life-threatening injuries, state police said in a release.
The ongoing investigation is being conducted by Trooper Ken Bradley. He is asking for the public’s help in finding the vehicle involved and the individuals responsible for the assault.
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Information can be reported by calling (859) 623-2404, visiting the website kentuckystatepolice.org, or by submitting the “Crime Tip Form” through the KSPolice app.