SCOTT COUNTY, KY – An elementary school teacher died after her car crashed in Scott County last week, reports the Lexington Herald-Leader.
The victim was identified as Debra Keyser of Lexington, a special education teacher at Wellington Elementary School. According to the Scott County Sheriff’s Office, Keyser was driving on Interstate 75 south Wednesday night when the accident occurred at about 7 p.m.
Investigators said Keyser’s car went off the west side of the roadway and crashed into a tree. Keyser was pronounced dead at the scene, while a passenger in her car was taken to the University of Kentucky Medical Center in critical condition. A second car was also reportedly involved in the accident. Two lanes of I-75 south were shut down while police and emergency crews worked the scene.
The Scott County Sheriff/Georgetown Police Collision Reconstruction Unit is investigating the cause of the wreck.
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