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Fatality in KY 55 accident is 44 year old Columbia, KY woman

More details on the tragedy this morning. See earlier: KY 55 closed at Green River Bridge: Fatality accident, also from Larry Smith, 92.7 The WAVE Radio.

By Larry Smith, 92.7 The WAVE radio
Received at 9:02amCT, Wednesday, May 9, 2012

There's an update to the fatality accident on KY 55, reported earlier this morning, just received from the Taylor County Sheriff's Department, Campbellsville, KY.

A 2000 Nissan Pickup driven by 31 year old William J. Hudgins, Campbellsville, KY was traveling South on Kentucky 55.

The accident occurred near the Green River Bridge between Columbia and Campbellsville, in Taylor County, KY.

Hudgins crossed the centerline and struck a 2005 Ford driven by Wilma M. Morgan, 44, of Columbia, KY.

The accident occurred at 5:21amET/4:21amCT, according to the report.

Wilma Morgan was pronounced dead at the scene by Taylor County Coroner Terry Dabney.

William J. Hudgins was taken to Taylor Regional Hospital, Campbellsville and was then transferred to the University of Louisville Medical Center.



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