Crime

August 2, 2013 9:49 AM

Man dies in crash in Shelby County after high-speed chase on I-64

A man was killed early Friday when his sport-utility vehicle crashed in Shelby County after he led officers on a chase on Interstate 64, according to Kentucky State Police.

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