Two People Killed In Hit And Run

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 11/03/2013 10:09 pm

State Police said they are investigating a hit and run that killed two people Saturday night.

The accident happened on KY 1010 in Morgan County just before 7 p.m. according to troopers.

They report Elizabeth Thornsberry, 41, and Tony Ross, 48, were at Jasper’s Bar in Maytown.

Trooper said when they left, Ross walked and Thornsberry drove behind him in a car.

Police said she eventually pulled the car over, got out, and the two started talking on the road.

According to troopers, they were in the westbound lane when a vehicle hit and killed them.

Police said the driver of that vehicle didn’t stop and they’re still searching for that person.

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