Cynthiana couple wreck in Grant

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By The Staff

A Cynthiana man died after his SUV rolled over a 300-foot embankment in Williamstown on Jan. 12.

Kenneth R. Sipes, 68, and his wife, Peggy Sipes, 60, were traveling north on Interstate -75, near the 154 mile marker, when their 2005 Dodge Durango crossed into the path of a 2008 Impala.

Bronson McDowell told police he had no choice but to hit the Durango when it crossed from the right lane into the center lane in front of him.

Sipes Durango overturned numerous times, but McDowells Impala stayed upright and slid to the bottom of the steep embankment.

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