Fatal Crash in Grant County Claims One Life

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Updated: 5/26/2013 10:12 pm
      A fatal crash in Grant County Saturday night took the life of a 21 year-old man.

     That's according to police who say Jack Masters from Dry Ridge pulled his Chevy Cavalier out of a driveway onto Crittenden-Mount Zion Road.

     Reports say he went into the path of a Dodge Durango, which was driven by 31 year-old Tabatha Noble.

     The Cavalier was hit on the driver's side door and the Durango flipped.

     The county coroner pronounced Masters dead at the scene.

     Police say Noble and all of the passengers had non life-threatening injuries.

     The crash remains under investigation.
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