Fatal Golf Cart Accident in Bowling Green, Kentucky Park

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Bowling Green, Kentucky.  Strange golf cart incidents have resulted in deaths recently.  Hopefully, investigations will soon reveal what caused these peculiar and sad occurrences that resulted in two separate fatalities.  According to the Associated Press, Kentucky State Police are currently investigating the two separate fatal accidents that involved golf carts, ejected passengers, Beech Bend Park in Kentucky, and both occurring during the same week in September 2010.  Police reported that Edie Philips (47-years old) of Portland, Tennessee died September 21, 2010 after having been ejected from an EZ-Go golf cart at Beech Bend Park, Bowling Green, Kentucky.  Similarly, on the very next day and at the same park, police reported that Henry Messer (60-years old) of Winchester, Indiana died September 22, 2010 after he was ejected from a Harley Davidson golf cart.  Thus far, investigation reveals that both fatalities suffered head trauma.

According to Kentucky State Police, Philips was taken to the local hospital and then flown to Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee where she died.  Messer was transported to Bowling Green Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.

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