Section Of US 25 Reopens After Deadly Crash

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Updated: 12/13/2012 9:35 pm
One person is dead after a crash in Laurel County.

The Sheriff's Office says it happened around 2:30 Thursday afternoon on US 25 south of London.

Deputies say it started when a driver headed north pulled onto the shoulder to make a u-turn.

Investigators say the vehicle collided with another car also headed north, knocking it into the southbound lane.

Deputies say the second car then collided with an SUV.

According to the Sheriff's Office, a passenger in the second car died at the scene.

Deputies say at least two other people were taken to the hospital for treatment.

No word on their condition.

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