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Co-worker remembers Pulaski Co. crash victim

SOMERSET, Ky. (WKYT) – Megan Williams made quite the impression when she worked at Beach Buckets Restaurant in downtown Somerset.

"Well it wasn't so much you were a customer to her. You were her guest," said Chris Epperson.

Epperson worked with Williams at the restaurant where many were quick to point out the waitress' contagious personality.

"Her smile. I think that's what everyone is going to tell you. Her smile was gorgeous. Always from ear to ear. Always having a good time," he said.

Early Wednesday morning, Williams collided with a tractor trailer that got stuck trying to turn around on Kentucky 39.

"So that road has always haunted us. My mother hates (Ky) 39," he said.

Epperson says he was hurt in a crash there and now he and others are trying to come to grips with Williams absence.

"Megan wouldn't want us down or frowning, I know that," he said.

Funeral services for the mother of three have been set for 10 a.m. Saturday at Morris and Hislope Funeral Home in Somerset. Visitation will be after 6:00 p.m. Friday.


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