• February 28, 2017

Sarah Armstrong Killed in Accident in McCracken County, KY

McCracken County, KY -- 18-year-old Sarah Armstrong was killed due to a single-vehicle collision in the area of McCracken County, KY Sunday, February 26, 2017.

The incident took place near 1900 Oaks Road around 7:25 a.m.

The vehicle occupied by Ms. Armstrong was northbound on Oaks Rd. when the collision occurred. At some point, the vehicle veered over the center line, hitting a culvert, and crashing into a tree. The vehicle then stopped in a ditch. It was unclear at the time of the report if Ms. Armstrong was killed at the scene of the incident.

The official investigation is ongoing and may reveal more details as it concludes.

There was no mention of other injuries in the incident.

The report provided no more information.

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