Corbin Woman Dies In Crash In Grant County

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Updated: 12/26/2012 8:13 pm
State Police said a Corbin woman was killed in a crash Wednesday along Interstate 75 in Grant County.

Investigators said Nora Green, 28, of Corbin, was pronounced dead at the scene.

State Police said Green's husband, Jacob Evans, 29, of Owensboro, was driving northbound on I-75 in a 1999 Honda, when he lost control and collided with a 2011 Ford Ranger pickup that was parked on the right shoulder of the interstate.

Investigators said the pickup driver, Danny Marsh, 67, of Boone County, had stopped to help at an unrelated collision.  He was not in the pickup at the time of the collision and was not hurt.

State Police said Nora Green was a passenger in the Honda. 

Investigators said Jacob Evans was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Florence.

The cause of the deadly accident is under investigation.
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