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Russell Springs Man, 38, killed in single vehicle, rollover wreck

Update: And earlier story referred to two fatalities; there was one

From Larry Smith, The Big Dawg 99.9 FM, and The WAVE 92.7 FM

A Russell Springs man was killed in a single vehicle, rollover wreck early this morning, Sunday, September 18, 2017.

Deputy Dustin Bunch’s investigation determined Steven Williams, 38, lost control of his 2004 Dodge Ram truck at approximately 1amCT while eastbound on West KY 80 in the Royville community of Russell County, KY resulting in the truck partially leaving the roadway, then coming back onto the roadway and rolling over several times before coming to rest on its top.

Williams was pronounced dead at the scene by Russell County Coroner Mike Reynolds. Williams was wearing his seat-belt. Alcohol is believed to be a contributing factor in the cause of the wreck.

This story was posted on 2017-09-17 10:24:50
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