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Six people from Marion die in Kentucky crash

10:29 PM, Mar. 2, 2013
Emergency personnel work at the scene of a multi-vehicle wreck on Interstate 65 near the 82 mile marker, Saturday, March 2, 2013 north of Sonora, Ky. Kentucky State Police say six people are dead in two crashes that happened near the same location in central Kentucky on Interstate 65.
Emergency personnel work at the scene of a multi-vehicle wreck on Interstate 65 near the 82 mile marker, Saturday, March 2, 2013 north of Sonora, Ky. Kentucky State Police say six people are dead in two crashes that happened near the same location in central Kentucky on Interstate 65.
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Six people died and three others were seriously injured in two crashes that happened within minutes of each other Saturday near the same location on Interstate 65 in central Kentucky, Kentucky State Police said.

The six people who died were in a SUV from Marion, traveling north near Glendale that caught fire after it was rear-ended by a tractor-trailer semi before noon, said Norman Chaffins, spokesman for the Kentucky State Police.

Chaffins did not know the identities of the victims and said the SUV was so badly burned it had to be moved so the bodies could be removed. ...

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