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KSP Investigating After One Dies in Muhlenberg Car Crash

S.R. 176 in Greenville, Kentucky was shut down for several hours Saturday following a serious car crash. KSP says one person ended up dying from that incident.

Posted: Sep 25, 2021 3:51 PM
Updated: Sep 26, 2021 11:13 AM

S.R. 176 in Greenville, Kentucky was shut down for several hours after a serious car accident Saturday morning that ended with one driver dead.

"Preliminary investigation indicated that a 2008 Jeep Cherokee operated by Mark Revlett of Drakesboro was traveling Eastbound on KY-176," said Trooper Brandon McPherson with the Kentucky State Police. "When for an unknown reason his vehicle exited the left shoulder of the roadway. Revlett's vehicle drove back onto the roadway where it collided head-on with a 2016 Nissan Versa, operated by Thomas Morrison of Madisonville, KY."

Both Revlett and Morrison were taken to Muhlenberg Hospital.

Morrison ended up dying.

KSP is still investigating this crash.

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A line of sustained to heavy rainfall is expected to push northeastward across the Tri-State between the hours 7AM and 11AM Thursday morning; be sure to pack an umbrella early tomorrow, as that timeline will fall during your morning commute Thursday. After the initial line of rain exits east of the region, we'll continue to see periods of scattered rainfall throughout our Thursday afternoon and evening. Unfortunately, the same can be said for our Friday - lower pressure slowly spinning eastward will stall the rainfall and prolong our precip chances as we head into Friday afternoon and evening. It looks as though those chances of rainfall throughout our Friday will be sporadic at best and shouldn't lead to any significant disruption to those Friday night football games.
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