Sunday, January 14, 2001

Oral surgeon dies in crash in Ashland; wife injured




The Associated Press

        ASHLAND — Bob M. Crider, an Ashland oral surgeon, was killed Friday in a two-car crash, police said.

        Dr. Crider, 61, was pronounced dead at the scene by Boyd County Coroner Mike Neal.

        His wife, Linda, 51, was treated for injuries at King's Daughters Medical Center and released, a hospital spokeswoman said.

        Dr. Crider was driving west on Winchester Avenue when his sport-utility vehicle was struck by a northbound car driven by Jeremy Blair, 17, said Ashland Police Capt. Rod Ratliff.

        Mr. Blair was not injured, police said.

        Dr. Crider was not wearing a seat belt.

       



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