Second Fatal Accident Reported in Scott Co. This Weekend

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Updated: 6/16/2013 6:57 pm
     A second deadly car crash in Scott county this weekend has taken the life of 28-year old man from Georgetown.

     Georgetown Police say it happened Saturday night on Old Lemons Mills Road in the inner loop of the bypass.

     Officers say Johnny Ray Allen ran a stop light at the intersection and say his Chevy Impala was hit on the passenger side.

     Allen's passenger 28-year old Phillip Lee Burgess Jr was taken to Georgetown Community Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

     Police say Allen was treated and released from UK Hospital.

     Allen has been charged with a DUI and manslaughter.

     Officers say the two people in the other vehicle were not hurt.
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