Kentucky Kernel photographer Jonathan W. Krueger, left, was among a group of photographers who were nearly landed on by Kentucky guard Andrew Harrison after Harrison completed an acrobatic shot March 26 against West Virginia during the NCAA Tournament. Krueger was shot and killed Friday morning on East Maxwell Street in Lexington.
Kentucky Kernel photographer Jonathan W. Krueger, left, was among a group of photographers who were nearly landed on by Kentucky guard Andrew Harrison after Harrison completed an acrobatic shot March 26 against West Virginia during the NCAA Tournament. Krueger was shot and killed Friday morning on East Maxwell Street in Lexington. Herald-Leader
Kentucky Kernel photographer Jonathan W. Krueger, left, was among a group of photographers who were nearly landed on by Kentucky guard Andrew Harrison after Harrison completed an acrobatic shot March 26 against West Virginia during the NCAA Tournament. Krueger was shot and killed Friday morning on East Maxwell Street in Lexington. Herald-Leader

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