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Known as helpful man, he died assisting at wreck scene

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Lebanon Junction resident killed in Ky. 313 collision

By Marty Finley

A Lebanon Junction man who stopped to help a stranded driver on Ky. 313 in Radcliff lost his life Monday night, and those who knew him said his giving nature was always on display.

David Vittitoe, 23, died from massive traumatic injuries when he was struck by a passenger car heading west on Ky. 313 between U.S. 31W and South Boundary Road, an autopsy report confirmed.

Hardin County Chief Deputy Coroner Kenneth Spangenberger pronounced Vittitoe dead at the scene and said he likely died upon impact.

“He got hit pretty hard,” Spangenberger said.


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