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Knifley Woman Dies in Taylor County Accident

By Larry J. Smith, Big Dawg Radio

A Knifley woman died in a one-vehicle accident Monday afternoon on New Columbia Road, Highway 55 South.

Taylor County Sheriff Allen Newton told 99.9 The Big Dawg that Kristina L. Sult age 49 of Knifley, died while riding passenger in a 2004 Chevy truck driven by her husband Jeremy A. Sult, age 50 of Knifley. Newton said Sult lost control of his auto during the rainstorm, overturning in a ditch line near the Green River Lake Tail Water area.



Kritina Sult was pronounced dead at the scene, the driver Jeremy Sult and passenger Tyler Sult, age 25, were transported to the Taylor Regional Hospital in Campbellsville.

The fatal mishap occurred this afternoon at 1:48pmET and was investigated by Brent Burkhead, Dickie Benningfield, Captain Brian Pickard and Taylor County Sheriff Allen Newton.


This story was posted on 2021-08-09 18:40:38
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