Update: Names Release In Fleming Co. Collision

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Updated: 1/05/2013 2:34 am
Kentucky State Police said two Flemingsburg men died in a car accident Friday afternoon on Mt. Carmel Road in Fleming County.

Police said Timothy L. Doyle, 52, and Roger S. Utterback, 66, both died in the car crash on KY 57.

Investigators said the accident happend around 1:30 p.m

According to Police, Doyle was driving south on KY 57 when he crossed the center line and hit Utterback, who was headed north on KY 57.

Both men were were pronounced dead at the scene by Fleming County Coroner Gary Workman.

The accident remains under investigation.

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