4 dead after head-on collision in Fort Wright
FORT WRIGHT, Ky. (AP) – Four people have been killed in a head-on collision on a northern Kentucky road.
Multiple media outlets report that 48-year-old driver Kenneth Hartsock hit another vehicle head-on on Tuesday afternoon in Fort Wright, killing Hartsock and three adults inside the other vehicle.
Authorities have identified the other victims as 70-year-old driver Sarah Willis, her 79-year-old husband John Willis and her 72-year-old sister Gloria Roaden.
Police say witnesses saw Hartsock driving erratically down Highland Pike when his vehicle crossed into the oncoming lanes, striking the Willis’ vehicle. Hartsock was the only person inside his vehicle.
Investigators are trying to determine whether impaired driving or a medical issue contributed to the crash.