PRESTONSBURG, Ky. – At least two persons were dead in a vehicular accident this weekend. Fatalities are a Floyd County woman and her granddaughter who died following a car accident.
Kentucky State Police identified Peggy Sue Case as the driver of a car with 16-year-old Ashley Case, her granddaughter. Case was driving on U.S. 23 when she lost control of the car. The vehicle was now out of control; it veered into the northbound lane where it was “t-boned” by a car driven by Carl Johnson.
Due to the impact, the two women died on the scene. Johnson and his two passengers were delivered to Pikeville Medical Center for their injuries.
The First Church of God in Prestonsburg will conduct a joint funeral ceremony for Peggy and Ashley Case on Wednesday.
On the same date at Providence, Ky., a 46-year-old Webster County man died early Sunday morning in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 41-Alternate near Providence.
The Kentucky State Police, Webster County Coroner’s office confirmed that John Jones of Providence died at scene.
Authorities reported that the accident took place at around 1:40 o’clock in the morning when a 2001 Dodge truck operated by 20-year-old Nicholas Marvel of Providence was going north on U.S. 41-Alternate.
Marvel’s truck crashed the front driver’s side of Jones’ 2002 Chevy truck which was going south on U.S. 41-Alternate, the state police said.
Jody W. Jones, age 21, resident of Providence was a passenger in Jones’ vehicle. She was delivered to the Regional Medical Center in Madisonville for treatment of his injuries.
Marvel and his passenger, Jonathan Dame, age 20, resident of Providence, both refused treatment at the scene.
The state police said all involved were wearing seat belts.
Accident victims have rights. You may be eligible for compensation for your injuries, wage loss and medical bills. Contact an experienced Kentucky car accident lawyer now for a free consultation.
Source: WYMT TV Mountain News
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