Woman killed in Ohio River boating collision identified
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The name of a woman killed Monday night while riding in a boat on the Ohio River has been released.
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Jefferson County deputy coroner Rita Taylor says Robyn Storr, 46, of Louisville, died from multiple injuries.
The crash happened around 10:45 p.m. on the Ohio near Limestone Clubhouse, just south of Harrods Creek and Captain Quarters. Taylor said the boat hit a barge.
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Lt. Commander Adrian Michalski, USCG said the pleasure craft struck a stationary tow boat moored at McBride Dry Dock.
The driver of the boat was injured and was taken to University Hospital for treatment. His name has not been released.
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Friends of the couple said they were returning to the boat landing at Harrods Creek after spending the day on the Indiana side of the river in an area frequently called the party cove.
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