Pedestrian dead after crash in Knox Co.

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CORBIN, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Knox County Coroner’s Office says a 75-year-old man is dead after being hit by two vehicles Monday evening.

The Times-Tribune reports a 2016 Toyota truck hit Easom Miller on Master Street in Corbin. The truck was then rear-ended by a Volkswagen Beetle.

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The driver of a Dodge SUV  swerved to avoid the crash, went into the turn lane and also struck Miller.

The Knox County Coroner pronounced Miller dead at the scene.

Deputy Coroner Brian Senters asks anyone with  information about Miller’s family to contact him at (606) 215-9391.

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