Sunday, August 1, 2004

Single-car wreck kills Augusta teen

The Enquirer

AUGUSTA - An Augusta teenager who police said likely was not wearing his seat belt was killed early Friday morning when his car crashed in Bracken County.

Tyler Hargett, 16, was driving alone on Ky. Old Highway 19, a two-lane road, when his car hit an embankment, police said, and he was ejected.

A nearby resident heard the crash and called authorities shortly after midnight.

Hargett was a quarter-mile from home when he crashed, police said.

Augusta is about 50 miles southeast of Cincinnati.

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