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Driver died soon after April 27, 2010 collision at KY55 S & Bypass

Comments about: Writer says improvements need to be made at Bypass & S KY 55

Robert Barnes writes:
Remus Howard (Obituary: Remus Curtis Howard, 87, Adair Co., KY) had an accident at the same intersection as today's tragedy, on Tuesday, April 27, 2014, following an accident 11 days earlier (Driver airlifted from Westlake following Bypass collision) --Robert Barnes
Thanks Robert Barnes (and Jay Cox, who also remembered - And thanks, Susan Rarey for advocating improvements at the intersection, which, had they been done earlier, might have prevented these three tragic and possibly unnecessary deaths. - EW



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