Crash in Boone County kills two


BOONE COUNTY (AP)- Two people are dead after a car crash in Boone County. Kentucky State Police say 35-year-old Rama Varahabhatla of Louisville was driving north when he drove off the road at a curve.
The car launched into the air then rolled over and hit a tree. The driver and his front passenger, 25-year-old Raja Yarmala, were both trapped in the car. Yarmala was flown to the hospital in Cincinatti, but died from his injuries.


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The passenger in the back on the right side, 27-year-old Benkat Kommu, was ejected from the car and died on the scene. No charges have been filed.

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