Man Killed In Two-Vehicle Crash

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Updated: 6/04/2012 12:22 pm
Kentucky State Police say a man is dead, following a two-vehicle crash that happened Sunday on U.S. 421 in Clay County. 

 
Police say a 2001 Chevrolet Tracker driven by George W. Gibson, 44, of Manchester, was traveling southbound on U.S. 421 when it went out of control on a wet roadway and slid into the path of a northbound 2004 Chevrolet pickup operated by Joshua Gray, 20, of Manchester.

Gibson was pronounced dead at the scene by the Clay County Coroners Office.

 Gray was flown to the University of Kentucky Medical Center for treatment of his injuries.

 No drug or alcohol usage was suspected.


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