June 7, 2013: A memorial for Sgt. Glenn Stanfill along the Hal Rogers Parkway. Stanfill was killed in 2004 when the Humvee he was driving collided with a coal truck during a Kentucky Army National Guard training exercise in Clay County. Stanfill maintains the memorial and replaces the flag when it becomes weathered.
June 7, 2013: A memorial for Sgt. Glenn Stanfill along the Hal Rogers Parkway. Stanfill was killed in 2004 when the Humvee he was driving collided with a coal truck during a Kentucky Army National Guard training exercise in Clay County. Stanfill maintains the memorial and replaces the flag when it becomes weathered. Herald-Leader
June 7, 2013: A memorial for Sgt. Glenn Stanfill along the Hal Rogers Parkway. Stanfill was killed in 2004 when the Humvee he was driving collided with a coal truck during a Kentucky Army National Guard training exercise in Clay County. Stanfill maintains the memorial and replaces the flag when it becomes weathered. Herald-Leader

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