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Fatality accident in Switzerland County

Kentucky man killed in Switzerland County crash

Kentucky man killed in 2 vehicle crash this week. SCSD seeking additional information

Press Release from Switzerland County Sheriff's Office, Wednesday November 27, 2019 

On Monday, November 25, 2019 at approximately 6:38am the Switzerland County Sheriff's Office received a report of a motor vehicle accident involving two vehicles at the intersection of State Road 129 and State Road 250 in Pleasant. 

One vehicle, driven by Chad Fox of Ripley County, was headed south on State road 129. The second vehicle, driven by Roland McNeeley of Grant County KY, was turning west onto state Road 250. 

Mr Fox received minor injuries, was transported by ambulance to Kings Daughter's Health and later released. 

Mr McNeeley was airlifted from the scene, transported to University of Cincinnati Hospital where he later died. 

The crash is currently under investigation by switzerland County Sheriff's Office and the Indiana State Police.

Anyone with information regarding this accident is urged to contact the Switzerland County Sheriff's Office at 812-427-3636

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