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Two Taylor County Teens Killed In Crash

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Updated: 5/06/2012 9:42 pm
A crash in Taylor County has killed two teenagers. State Police say a Nissan tried to pass a car on Highway 68 Saturday night but ran head-on into a Jeep. 19-year-old Justin Atwood and 17-year-old Jade Sullivan died. Police say Atwood was the driver of the Nissan and Sullivan was a passenger. The Jeep's driver, 21-year-old Lauren Dyer, ended up at UK Hospital. Police say her injuries are not life-threatening. According to police, she was wearing a seat belt while Atwood and Sullivan were not.
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