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Russell Co. fatality collision: Moped rider strikes rear of F-250

Collision occurs at intersection of Damron Creek Road and Damron Creek Spur near Adair-Russell County line.
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By TFC Billy Gregory, Public Affairs Office
Kentucky State Police Post 15, Columbia, KY

RUSSELL SPRINGS, KY - Tpr. Adam Likins is investigating a collision that occurred Tuesday, 30 Sep 2014 at 5pmCT at the intersection of Damron Creek Road and Damron Creek Spur Road. 48-year-old Mark Foley, of Russell Springs, KY, was operating a southbound, 2007 Ford F-250, on Damron Creek Road.

35-year-old Michael Passmore, of Russell Springs, was operating a Moped and turned off of Damron Creek Spur Road, striking the rear of Foley's vehicle.

Passmore was not wearing a helmet and was pronounced dead at the scene by Russell County Coroner Larry Skaggs. Foley was not injured. Tpr. Likins was assisted at the scene by Russell County Fire, EMS and Rescue.

This story was posted on 2014-10-01 05:41:54
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