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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - A 97-year-old woman was killed in a traffic collision Sunday morning. The collision occurred at the intersection of Seneca Trail and Second Street.
Jefferson County Deputy Coroner Sam Weekly says Ann L. Unterbrink died at the scene this morning. She lived alone just a couple blocks from where the accident occurred. She was born February 29, 1916.
Unterbrink was driving a Ford Taurus traveling on Second St when she was struck by a Mercury van traveling down Seneca Trail.
According to police spokesperson Carey Klain, the driver of the van is in her 70s and remains at University hospital. Before being identified, the driver of the Taurus had previously been reported to be in her 80s.