Man Dies After Flipping Truck Near Berea

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 9/02/2012 7:33 pm

A man died and a woman is injured after a car wreck near Berea last night.

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office says Zachary Croley, 30, was driving on Pilot Knob Cemetary Road towards Berea, when he ran off the side of the road.

When he overcorrected, he then flipped the truck. Croley was partially thrown out of the driver side window.

Deputies say he was not wearing a seatbelt.

The Madison County Coroner says he died at the scene.

Croley’s passenger, Elizabeth Cook, 36, was taken to St. Joseph Hospital for injuries.

The accident is still under investigation.

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