Woman Killed In Head-On Crash

Kentucky State Police are investigating a deadly accident that happened early Friday morning in Menifee County.

Police say a pick-up truck and passenger car collided head-on.

Phyllis A. Kyle, 32, of Olive Hill died in the wreck.

Joshua Knives, 23, and Stephen Smallwood, 42, of Frenchburg went to St. Joseph's East Hosptial in Mt. Sterling with non life-threatening injuries.


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  • by Ruth Location: Earling, Ia on Feb 2, 2008 at 07:17 PM
    These two boys(men) should have to sit and watch the videos of Phyllis and her family, her loving husband, her sister and Mom and other friends that was presented at her funeral, they took from this earth an awesome human being. I have been a family friend for many years and watched Phylls grow up from the apple of her Mom's eye to a loving wife and beautiful human being. I just hope Ky laws will protect others from being hurt in the same way by these to "gentlemen". forever a friend, your a missed.
  • by Princess Lyons Location: Paintsville, KY on Jan 30, 2008 at 09:21 PM
    Phyllis was my boss when I was a student at MSU 3 year's ago. She made me feel so comfortable and welcome. I was pregnant with my first child and she was so good to me. She had a heart of gold. Nobody will know what she meant to me. I'm absolutely devastated to hear that she is gone. I never got to say goodbye. I didn't even know that she had passed away until after her funeral. I love you Phyllis. I am so sorry to the family. Unfortunatley in our society drunk driving gets a slap on the wrist even when an intoxicated person takes the life of another WONDERFUL person. God help their souls on judgement day.
  • by Kelly Location: Mt Sterling, on Jan 30, 2008 at 12:03 PM
    I agree both should be held responcible, But so should the bar they left in Mt, Sterling. Mr. Smallwood should had never gotten behind the wheel of that truck, knowing that he was too drunk to drive.
  • by Melissa Location: Clearfield on Jan 29, 2008 at 09:41 AM
    Joshua may have been "a good kid" but it does not change the fact that he was a participant in the death of an innocent person. Both men in the truck should be held responsible.
  • by Linda Location: Olive Hill, Ky on Jan 23, 2008 at 02:34 PM
    i am a family friend and you could not have meet a better person. See left a loving husband and family that will miss her. We will see her again in heaven some day.
  • by Anonymous Location: Olive Hill on Jan 22, 2008 at 01:43 PM
    I have known Phyllis and her family for many years. I want everyone to know what a wonderful person she was. Obviously, she touched many lives within her workplace that many of us didn't know about. There is now a void in the lives to all that knew her. My prayers are with the family as they try and deal with this horrible tragedy.
  • by Kim Location: Menifee on Jan 21, 2008 at 06:33 PM
    I agree totally with Mr. Wagner. I heard the accident come over my scanner. And I agree, they did do all they could do to help Mrs, Kyle. I could hear it in his voice, the terror in his voice is something no one would ever want to go threw. They tied as hard as they could, I would never say they did not try. I commend all firefighters for the job they do. And god bless Mrs, Kyles family.
  • by Anonymous on Jan 21, 2008 at 02:04 PM
    I just want to know, where the men drinking?
  • by Dorothy Location: Hope on Jan 19, 2008 at 05:26 PM
    The faculty,staff and residents at Hope Hill are truly going to miss this lady very much Ms. Phillis was a great person
  • by Kim Location: Frenchburg on Jan 19, 2008 at 05:23 PM
    If this was not life threatening why is Mr Knise in UK hospital going threw surgeries. The news needs to get there stories straight before they print it. Joshua is a good kid just running with the wrong crowd.
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