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1 killed after scooter strikes SUV

CALLOWAY COUNTY, KY (KFVS) - A crash involving a motorcycle and an SUV leaves one man dead.

According to the Kentucky State Police, a 2007 Jeep Commander driven by Susan Dillon, 40, of Murray, was crossing the northbound lanes of US 641 in Calloway County. 

At the same time, Robert Andrus, 77, of Benton, was traveling north in the emergency strip of US 641. Dillon's SUV crossed into the path of Andrus, when the two collided.

Andrus was taken to the Murray-Calloway County Hospital where he later died.  Dillon and her two passengers were not hurt.

An investigation is still underway.

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