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Fatal Crash In Wayne County

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Updated: 4/19/2012 11:34 pm
Kentucky State Police say on Thursday morning, a white 1994 Chevrolet Cavalier, operated by Jerus Helen Neal, 54, of Monticello, was pulling out from Young Street onto Main Street when it entered the path of a gray 2008 Toyota Camry operated by Roderick Tejeda, 41, of Monticello.

Police say Tejeda's vehicle was traveling northbound on Main Street. The Toyota struck the Chevrolet in the driver's side.

Neal was transported to the Wayne County Hospital by ambulance, where she was pronounced dead by the Wayne County Coroner. Tejeda was also transported to the hospital for treatment.

Police say no passengers were in either vehicle and both drivers were wearing their seat belts.

Drug and/or alcohol usage is not suspected, pending lab results.
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