KSP: Two Brothers Die In Crash

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Updated: 12/26/2013 4:40 pm

State Police said two brothers died this morning after a collision in Knott County.

According to investigators, Phillip Huff, 64, lost control of his BMW on KY 80. They said he crossed the median and hit a Dodge Ram.

The coroner pronounced Huff and his brother, Carlos Huff, 44, dead at the scene. He said they were not wearing seat belts.

Officers said the truck overturned and stopped on the shoulder of the road. The driver, Saka Disu, 53, was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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