At approximately 9 a.m. Tuesday a white Jeep Grand Cherokee rammed into a power line/telephone pole in front of Nicholasville City Hall.
The accident has temporarily shut down Main Street from Lake Street to Ross Street and cut power to the surrounding areas.
Traffic on Stratton Avenue has been rerouted through the alleyway behind The Jessamine Journal onto Ross Street.
According to Aaron Jordan, who works with the city's cemetery department, he was driving north on Main Street when he witnessed the accident.
"She was going south on Main (Street) and she slammed into the pole," Jordan said.
The woman driving the vehicle did not appear to be swerving away from the pole, he said.
The pole snapped off and came to rest on top of the Jeep.
Phone services and power at city hall have been disrupted, including at The Jessamine Journal and surrounding areas.
City hall is currently closed to walk-in traffic.
The name of the woman has not been released.
"It's still too early to tell but we believe there was some kind of medical condition which led to the incident," Nicholasville police Sgt. Scott Harvey said.
Alcohol is not considered to be a factor and the speed of the Jeep is undetermined at this time, Harvey said.
"She was conscience when units arrived," Harvey said. "But we don't know exactly what happened and she was transported to a hospital."
The Journal will update this article online as information because available.