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2 killed in separate crashes in Marshall County

MARSHALL COUNTY, KY (KFVS) -

Two men have died in separate crashes in Marshall County, Kentucky.

According to the sheriff's office, the first crash happened on October 30 shortly after 4 p.m. on KY 1422 (Palma Road).

A motorcycle driven by Glenn T. Thorn, 66 of Benton, Kentucky, failed to negotiate a curve and left the road.

Thorn was transported by Marshall County EMS, and later transferred to medical helicopter. A short time later he died.

The sheriff's office was assisted on the scene by Palma Briensburg Fire Department and Marshall County EMS.

Then, on October 31, shortly after 2:30 a.m. the sheriff's office responded to English Road for a vehicle that had left the road and hit a tree.

Officers say Thomas E. Bonnell, 27 of Gilbertsville, Kentucky was westbound on English Road near Pugh School Road when he failed to negotiate a curve, left the road and hit a tree.

Bonnell died at the scene.

Deputies were assisted at the scene by Palma Briensburg Fire Department, Marshall County EMS and the Marshall County Coroner's Office.

The investigation is continuing.

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