• April 15, 2019

Christopher Degg Killed in Accident with 18-Wheeler on Highway 60 in Daviess County, KY

Daviess County, KY -- On April 12, 2019, 39-year-old Christopher Degg was killed in a collision between a pickup truck and a tractor-trailer in Daviess County.

According to the county sheriff's office, the incident happened around 6:00 a.m. Friday on eastbound Highway 60, near Hawes Boulevard. The initial cause of the crash is unclear, but Degg's pickup reportedly rear-ended the semi truck. The pickup then crossed over the median and through the westbound roadway before coming to a stop in a field on the side of the road.

Degg was reportedly not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash and suffered critical injuries. He was transported to an area hospital where he died. The semi driver suffered minor injuries and was also taken to the hospital for treatment.

The crash remains under investigation. No further information is available.

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