Second Fatality Recorded from Two-County Police Chase

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 3/19 6:40 pm
A chase that officers said took them from Scott County into Fayette County in January is being blamed on another death.

Officials said Geneva Rose Spencer had been in the hospital since the collision that ended the car chase on Georgetown Road.

Luis Gonzales was the first victim claimed in the accident.

Officers arrested Keenan McLaughlin, who they said led the pursuit and then barricaded himself in a Lexington home for several hours after the crash.
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