A Frankfort man was killed Sunday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash west of Georgetown, according to a news release from Scott County Sheriff Tony Hampton.
Phillip Tracy III, 44, died at the scene on U.S. 460, just east of Longview Golf Course, Scott County Coroner John Goble said.
Tracy was driving east when his 2001 Toyota Camry drifted across the center line and collided head-on with a 1997 Ford Ranger pickup truck driven by Bryce Hanson, 18, of Georgetown, the news release said. Hanson and a passenger, Wanda Augustin, 64, of Frankfort, were both taken to University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital.
On Monday, Augustin was listed in critical condition and Hanson in fair condition at UK Hospital.
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Tracy died of blunt-force trauma. He was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash, Goble said.
A third car, driven by Michael Summers, 32, of Georgetown, swerved into a ditch and hit a rock wall to avoid a collision with the Camry. Summers wasn't hurt, the news release said.
The crash happened shortly before 1 p.m. Sunday near Galloway Road.
Tucker, Yocum & Wilson Funeral Home in Georgetown is in charge of arrangements.