N. Ky. Crash Victim Dies In Hospital

The crash happened on I-75 on July 4.

(Walton, Ky.) – A man has died at the hospital from injuries he suffered in a crash on Interstate 75 in northern Kentucky.

David Harris, Jr., 51, of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, was seriously injured when his Nissan Altima went off of I-75 northbound between Crittenden and Walton on Wednesday, July 4. The vehicle collided with an overpass abutment and caught fire.

Police and motorists who stopped tried to save Harris from the burning vehicle. He was removed and rushed to University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

Harris later died at the hospital, according to the Hamilton County Coroner’s Office.

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