Six Tragically Killed in a Wrong-way Crash on I-75 in Lexington, Kentucky
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY - A news story published on ajc.com reports that six people were tragically in a wrong-way driver accident in Lexington, Kentucky.*
The wrong-way driving accident occurred on Interstate 75. The wrong-way driver collided head-on into a car transporting a mother and her four kids. A 9-year-old girl tragically passed away at the scene. Her mother and three siblings were transported to the University of Kentucky Hospital, where they later succumbed to there severe injuries.
The fatal read-on accident occurred along the northbound lanes close to highway mile marker 104 at around 12:30 PM Saturday
The driver of the automobile was traveiling south in the northbound traffic lanes was identified as a 38-year-old woman from Madison County. She was also pronounced dead at the accident scene.
Before the accident, another torist on the I-75 witnessed the wrong-way driver and contacted police. However, the wrong-way driver could not be located in time. The fatal accident is currently under investigation.
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