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Deputies Reconstruct Deadly Collision On US 25

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 9/11/2013 11:28 pm
Laurel County Deputies are reconstructing a deadly crash on US 25.

It happened Wednesday about six miles south of London.

Police say a woman was was headed north in a Ford Focus when the vehicle in front of her suddenly stopped to make a left turn.

Deputies say the Focus swerved to avoid a collision, then hit a Chevy Cobalt in the southbound lane.

Investigators say the woman driving the Focus was taken to St. Joseph Hospital in London where she was pronounced dead.

Deputies say three of the four people in the Cobalt were flown to UK Hospital with serious injuries.

The other person in the car went to St. Joseph Hospital to be treated.

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