One Killed, Two Hurt In Rockcastle County Crash

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Updated: 2/05/2013 6:12 am

One person was killed and two others were hurt in a crash in Rockcastle County Monday night.

State Police said it happened just before 9:00 p.m. at the intersection of US 461 and KY 150 in Mount Vernon.

Officials said Don Barnett, 55, ran a red light and was hit in the side by Kimberlee Benien, 23.

State Police said Bernett was taken to Rockcastle Regional Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Benien and her passenger, Serena Howell, 23, were also taken to Rockcastle Regional.

State Police said Benien was treated and released. Howell, however, was flown to UK Hospital where officials said she was listed as stable.

Drugs and alcohol are not suspected in the crash.

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