Three People Killed In Pike County Car Accident

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Updated: 9/19/2013 10:12 pm
State Police said three people were killed in a two vehicle accident Thursday morning along US 119 in the Huddy community of Pike County.

Investigators said a car driven by Teshia Henry, 25, of Prestonsburg, crossed the centerline and collided with a pickup truck driven by Steven Douglas Viars II of West Virginia.

The collision happened just before 10:00 a.m.

Investigators said Teshia Henry and one of her passenger's, Howard Ravin, 43, of Salyersville, were pronounced dead at the scene.

A third passenger in Henry's car, Bambi Davis, 48, of Salyersville, was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. 

The accident remains under investigation by Kentucky State Police.
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