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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Memorials to Highway Accident Victims Dedicated
Posted: 31-Jul-2002 12:10AM CDT

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has erected memorials dedicated to those who have lost their lives on Kentucky's roadways. There are nine such memorials located at Welcome Centers on interstates around the state.

More information: KYTC Press Release (May 23, 2002) [Outside Link], Daily News: Interstate 65 site honors victims (May 23, 2002) [Outside Link], Daily Independent: Memorial stone honors memory of accident victims (May 24, 2002) [Outside Link], New Era: A grim reminder (May 24, 2002) [Outside Link]

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