Driver dies day after NKY crash on snowy road, troopers say

Driver dies day after NKY crash on snowy road, troopers say
KSP says the snowy road conditions caused him to lose control of the vehicle. (Source: WMBF News)

GALLATIN COUNTY, Ky. (FOX19) - A 26-year-old has died after losing control of his vehicle on snowy roads Monday, according to the Kentucky State Police.

Mohamed Kassem, 26, of Paducah, Kentucky was driving on I-71 near mile marker 55 his vehicle went off the road and hit an unoccupied vehicle, KSP said in a press release.

Kassem was taken to the University of Louisville Hospital.

On Tuesday, KSP says Kassem died from the injuries he suffered in the crash.

The crash is still being investigated and KSP says the toxicology report is pending.

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