Kentuckian Dies In Fiery Wreck Near Nashville

HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A Kentucky truck driver has been killed when his gasoline tanker rig collided with a dump truck northeast of Nashville.

The Tennessean (newspaper) identifies the victim as 21-year-old Robert Love of Park City. He worked for Franklin, Kentucky-based Key Oil Company and was taking a load of fuel to Gallatin, Tennessee for delivery.

Hendersonville, Tennessee police said it appeared the tractor-trailer ran into the rear of the dual-axle dump truck.

The dump truck driver survived the crash.

Both vehicles were destroyed by the fire, which closed Vietnam Veterans Boulevard for hours.

(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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