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Documentary Recalls Grief, Healing From Carroll Co. Bus Crash
Today marks the 25th anniversary of the deadliest drunk driving crash in U.S. history. It happened in Carroll County, Kentucky.
A bus carrying 67 members of a Radcliff church group and their friends home from an amusement park outing in Ohio was struck head-on by a pickup traveling in the wrong direction on I-71. Twenty-seven people were killed in the fiery crash, most of them children.
The crash is the focus of a new documentary that will be screened for the first time tonight for survivors and family members in Radcliff. It’s called Impact: After the Crash.
WFPL’s Rick Howlett spoke with the film’s director and co-producer, Jason Epperson. He says the project began as a profile of crash survivor Harold Dennis, who helped expand the scope of the film.