Breanna Renee Price, 19, of 5021 Lake Morris Road died while driving on Dippen Road, said Sgt. Investigators say a car going east on Baxter hit a cement truck. That woman has been identified as Breanna Price of Louisville. Funeral Home Services for Breanna are being provided by Highlands Family-Owned Funeral Home - Louisville. Support strong local journalism by subscribing today: courier-journal.com/subscribe. The cement truck driver was not injured, and Baxter Avenue near Broadway was shut down for up to an hour as police continued to investigate the crash… N.R. All rights reserved. Leave a sympathy message to the family on the memorial page of … Breanna Price, 26, died about 3 a.m. Wednesday after rear-ending a cement truck on Baxter Avenue near East Broadway, according to Louisville police. She is survived by her parents, Gene and Renae (Ford) Pr View the profiles of people named Breanna Price. Roy Cooper wins second term, NC to delay releasing results until 8:15 p.m. after elections board extended hours for multiple precincts, including Bluford Elementary in Greensboro, Coronavirus in North Carolina: NC reports single-day record for COVID-19 deaths as case count passes 280,000; Here’s a county-by-county breakdown of cases in the Piedmont Triad. For Apple or Android users. Stell with the Highway Patrol. More: Baby dies after a crash on 32nd Street in Louisville's West End, police say. Driver dies after crashing into cement truck. Price died on impact. Kathy Manning (D) will defeat Lee Haywood (R) to win North Carolina's 6th congressional district, according to an Associated Press race call. Here’s what you need to know, Meet the judicial candidates for NC Supreme Court and NC Court of Appeals, Senate Latest: Majority Leader McConnell holds his Ky. seat, Biden plans to declare victory if news organizations announce him as winner, Video shows multiple businesses being boarded up along South Elm Street in Greensboro, What time US election results are expected – and when polls close in each state, Demonstrators march in Graham after arrests made during weekend rally, NC woman says $4 million lottery win will bring ‘peace of mind’, AP: Kathy Manning defeats Lee Haywood to win North Carolina’s 6th congressional district, 106-year-old Birmingham woman votes in-person for 2020 General Election, Biden, Trump score wins, but battlegrounds too early to call, McConnell wins reelection but control of Senate still at stake, Assault charge dropped for North Carolina police officer, Lowe’s to hire 20,000 employees nationwide, 2020 election turnout could reach highest number in more than 100 years, North Carolina will keep 6 polling places open longer, EXPLAINER: Looking at Election Day misinformation, Trump or Biden? According to the Jefferson County Coroner's Office, her cause of death was blunt force injuries. Breanna Price, 26, died of multiple blunt force injuries following a crash at Baxter Avenue and Broadway on Feb. 19 around 2:50 a.m., according to Jefferson County Deputy Coroner Charles Edelen. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – A woman who died after her vehicle crashed into the back of a cement truck has been identified. Breanna Price, 26, died of multiple blunt force injuries following a crash at Baxter Avenue and Broadway on Feb. 19 around 2:50 a.m., according to … It’s not a hate message,” Ronnarae Cowell said. “People need to get out of their freaking bubble.". With heavy hearts, we announce the death of Breanna Price (Louisville, Kentucky), who passed away on February 19, 2020 at the age of 26. Copyright 2020 WDRB Media. Here is Breanna Price’s obituary. Breanna Renee Price, 19, of 5021 Lake Morris Road died while driving on Dippen Road. The coroner has released the name of a woman killed in a crash earlier this week in the Highlands. A Gray Media Group, Inc. Station - © 2002-2020 Gray Television, Inc. “It’s not political. The cement truck driver was not injured, and Baxter Avenue near Broadway was shut down for up to an hour as police continued to investigate the crash, Smiley said. That woman has been identified as Breanna Price of Louisville.