The Cincinnati Enquirer
FLORENCE - A 45-year-old Hebron woman died Monday afternoon when the car she was driving was hit, apparently as it ran a red light.
Sharon K. Ashcraft was killed instantly, according to the Boone County Sheriff's Department. She was not wearing a seat belt.
Ashcraft's child was a passenger and was taken to St. Luke Hospital West in Florence for observation.
A preliminary investigation indicates that Ashcraft's car was traveling south on Centennial Circle when it ran a red light at the intersection of Ky. 18. A pickup truck traveling east on Ky. 18 had the right of way and struck the car, deputies said. That driver was also taken to St. Luke Hospital West.
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