Second Child Dies After Rockcastle Crash

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Updated: 1/11/2012 6:24 pm
A Rockcastle County car crash has now claimed two young lives.

The crash was Saturday, along Highway 150. Seven-year-old Jada Hayes died Sunday at Kentucky Children's Hospital. And Wednesday, her five-year-old brother Malachi Hayes also died. State police say the crash occurred when one car turned into another one.

The two children were not restrained. Police say the other people in the two cars were restrained, and they all survived.
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