TPR Lloyd Cochran
Public Affairs Officer
Kentucky State Police
Post 11, London
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Fatal Collision at the Intersection of KY 192 and the Hal Rogers Parkway
Date of News Release: 01/09/2009
(London, KY) - On Friday, January 09, 2009, at 2:24 PM EDT the Kentucky State Police Division of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement in London received a request, from the London Police Department, for a Traffic Crash Reconstructionist at the scene of a fatal traffic crash at the intersection of KY 192 and the Hal Rogers Parkway.
Kentucky State Police Division of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Traffic Crash Reconstructionist Officer Greg Reams responded to the scene.
Upon arrival Officer Reams determined that a 1996 silver Lincoln Continental, driven by Aaron R. Snider, 18, of Annville, KY, made a left turn from KY 192 onto westbound Hal Rogers Parkway into the path of a tractor-trailer. Aaron R. Snider was pronounced dead at the scene by the Laurel County Coroner's Office.
The 2005 white Volvo tractor-trailer, driven by Jamie R. Brown, 31, of Lincolnton, NC was eastbound on the Hal Rogers Parkway when it struck the Lincoln in the driver's side.
Jamie R. Brown, nor his passenger Freddie Link, Jr. 37, of Hickory, NC, received any injuries in the crash.
Also involved in the crash was a 2006 red Pontiac G6 passenger car, which was westbound on the Hal Rogers Parkway and was driven by Natasha Henson, 18, of Manchester, KY.
Natasha Henson and her passenger, Timothy Johnson, 22, of Manchester were transported the Saint Joseph of London for treatment of their injuries.
All drivers and passengers were seat belted.
Kentucky State Police Division of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Traffic Crash Reconstructionist Officer Greg Reams is investigating the crash and was assisted at the scene by London City Police Traffic Crash Reconstructionist Detective Sergeant Chris Edwards, Laurel County Sheriff's Traffic Crash Reconstructionist Detective Richard Dalrymple, officers from the London City Police, the Laurel County EMS, Laurel County Emergency Management, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and the Laurel County Coroner's Office.