Police: Teen Died After Driving Wrong Way on I-64

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 6/02/2013 6:44 pm
     The Scott County Sheriff's Office says a teenager is dead after driving the wrong way on Interstate 64.

     Deputies say it happened around 3am Sunday morning.

     They say they were hearing from several people that a mini-van was heading east in the westbound lane.

     Before they could get there, they say the minivan collided with a semi-truck.

     The semi-truck had swerved to avoid the oncoming traffic and was hit on the passenger's front wheel.

     The sheriff's office says the driver of the mini-van was 19-year-old Zachary Riley, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

     The semi-truck driver, a 51 year-old from North Carolina was not injured.

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