Monday, July 23, 2001

Crash leaves Ky. man in serious condition




The Associated Press

        MORNINGVIEW, Ky. — A Morningview man remained in serious condition at Univer sity Hospital on Sunday, following a crash in which his vehicle struck a dump truck, the Kenton County Police Department said.

        Christopher Bowling, 19, was traveling north on Madison Pike at 7 a.m. Saturday when his 1993 Ford Taurus collided with a southbound 1985 Ford dump truck driven by Robert Lunsford, 38, also of Morningview.

        Mr. Lunsford was treated at St. Elizabeth Medical Center South and released. The crash is under investigation.

       



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