Two Die In I-75 Crash
(Grant County, Ky.) – A Batesville man was the only person to survive a three-vehicle crash on Interstate 75 in northern Kentucky.
Three vehicles collided in the southbound lanes of the interstate just south of the Crittenden exit in Grant County at about 6:21 a.m. Sunday, according to the Grant County Sheriff’s Office.
Two of the drivers involved were killed. They were Robert Roaden, 33, of Williamstown, Kentucky, and Jerry Martin, 89, of Centerville, Ohio.
The third driver, James Rider, 70, of Batesville was not hurt.
Grant County deputies are still investigating the accident.