Fatal Crash In Pulaski County

Reported by: Paris Lewbel
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Updated: 3/12 5:47 pm
 One woman was killed after police said she crashed her car into a truck early Wednesday morning in Pulaski county.

The violent crash happened around 12:30 near the intersection of State Highway 39 and Coleman Road near Somerset, officials said.

A truck driver said he was heading to Berea with his wife and a friend to pick up some scrap metal when his GPS had him turn from State Highway 39 onto Coleman Road.

 As the truck turned from the highway, the trailer got stuck in the ditch, officials said.

 The driver said they put out the proper markings and were trying to free the truck when a car approached.

  He said they began waving flashlights at the car but the car didn't slow down.

 The car slammed into the truck, sending it under the trailer.

Fire crews were called to the scene to try and free the pinned car. Fire officials said Megan Williams, 30, of Somerset was pronounced dead on the scene.


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