• September 01, 2023

Arthur Kyungsuk Kim Killed in Car Accident on Interstate 264 in Louisville, KY

Louisville, KY — August 31, 2023, Arthur Kyungsuk Kim was killed in a car crash on Interstate 264 East between Breckenridge Lane and Browns Lane Overpass in Louisville, KY.

Authorities indicate that on August 31, a fatal crash occurred between two vehicles in Louisville. According to reports, the accident happened at about 9:40 at night in Jefferson County. Investigators say a car clipped a tow truck stalled in the right lane. The driver reportedly lost control of the vehicle and crashed along I-264 between Breckenridge Lane and Browns Lane Overpass.

Officials confirmed the driver of the car, 46-year-old Arthur Kyungsuk Kim, suffered fatal injuries. No other injuries were reported. No further information is available.

The investigation is ongoing.

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