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KSP: Post 15 investigates fatal collision in Green Co.

By Tpr. Nick Hale

Greensburg, KY - Kentucky State Police is investigating a two-vehicle fatal collision that occurred on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 3:59pmCT on KY 61 at the Green/Larue County line.

Preliminary investigations indicate that Christopher Helm, age 42 of Elizabethtown, was operating a 2008 Ford SUV northbound on KY 61 when he crossed the center line and struck a south bound 2008 Nissan passenger car head-on that was being operated by Courtney Feduccia, age 23 of Greensburg.

Helm was transported to Hardin Memorial Hospital where he is listed in stable condition. Feduccia was pronounced deceased at the scene by Taylor County Coroner.

This collision remains under investigation by Trooper Jason Warinner. Tpr. Warinner was assisted at the scene by additional members of the Kentucky State Police, Larue County Sheriff's Department, Green County Sheriff's Department, Taylor County Coroner, Green County Fire, EMS and Rescue.

This story was posted on 2021-04-22 16:57:24
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