Kentucky State Police have reported that David Pandy III, age 35, was killed in an auto accident in Muldraugh, Kentucky. Also injured were Karen Vuturo, age 52, of Brandenburg, Kentucky, and Vonda Carnegie. Bobby Alvey, age 41, of Louisville, Kentucky was in one of the vehicles involved in the three vehicle car crash, but initial reports indicate that he was not suffering injuries immediately following the accident.
The reports indicate that Pandy’s 1996 Honda Civic crossed the center line of the road, struck Carnegie’s 2005 Honda Accord and the crossed back into the southbound flow of traffic and struck Alvey’s 2000 Ford Focus. The Accident happened around 3:30 p.m. near the Dixie Highway & Brandenburg Station Road intersection. At this time it is unclear why Pandy’s vehicle lost control. Carnegie and Vuturo will have legal claims to recovery for the injuries, medical bills, pain & suffering, and any lost wages related to being off work due to their injuries. Alvey, who was not initially showing signs of injury, may need some medical attention in the future (as soft tissue injuries may take a few days to set in), and in which case he too would have legal claims related to this accident. Depending upon what the investigation shows in the cause of Pandy’s loss of control of his vehicle, he family and his Estate may also have legal claims related to his death.
For more information on the legal rights of people injured in Kentucky car accidents or killed in vehicle related matters, contact Kentucky Injury Attorney Brent T. Ackerson and the Ackerson Law Offices at (502) 882-5176 or contact us online by clicking here.