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Union County Man Killed in Three-Vehicle Crash on U.S. 60 West

The Henderson County Sheriff's Office says a Tuesday morning crash on U.S. 60 West at the Henderson-Union County line claimed the life of a Morganfield, Kentucky man.

Posted: Feb 9, 2021 3:50 PM

A crash on U.S. 60 West that happened Tuesday morning resulted in the death of a Union County man, according to the Henderson County Sheriff's Office.

The crash involved three vehicles and happened Tuesday morning at the Henderson-Union County line on U.S. 60 around 7:30 a.m.

According to HCSO, an investigation indicated that a 1999 F150 operated by 57-year-old Randy Hobgood of Morganfield traveled into the path of a 2017 Jeep Wrangler operated by 50-year-old Billy Halpin, also of Morganfield.

The third vehicle involved, which was a 2014 Ford operated by 37-year-old James Brashear of Morganfield, hit the Jeep because of slick road conditions.

Hobgood was taken to Deaconess Henderson Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Halpin was taken to Deaconess Evansville for treatment of injuries, but his condition remains unknown as of now.

Brasher was uninjured in the crash.

The crash remains under investigation.

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