breakingnews surfky 300 aHOPKINS COUNTY, Ky. (1/16/13) – The medical examiner’s office has released its final report in the death investigation of 36-year-old Lisa Sullivan.
 
On December 6th, 2012, the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Department was notified by CSX that a northbound train crew observed that there was an unresponsive subject on the tracks near Ed Brackett Lane. Deputy Jamie Lampton was dispatched to the scene and discovered the body of Lisa Sullivan. Hopkins County Coroner Dennis Mayfield responded to the scene and pronounced the female dead.
 
According to the medical examiner’s office Sullivan died from blunt force trauma caused by being struck by a train.
 
During the investigation the sheriff’s office learned that three different trains struck Sullivan. Video from the trains show that Sullivan was lying parallel between the tracks. Sullivan was difficult to see due to the heavy camouflage clothing she was wearing.
 
No foul play is suspected in her death.
 
SurfKY News
Information provided by Shelia Hopper (Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office)

© Copyright 2015 SurfKY News Group, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, or rewritten without permission. SurfKY News encourages you to share this story on social media.

3/13 - 16

In Other News...

KSP Investigates Two Vehicle Injury Collision on Pennyrile Parkway

HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (3/3/15) — According to a Kentucky State Police report, KSP investigated a two-vehicle, injury… Read More

Two Injured in Two-Vehicle Collision

DUNMOR, Ky. (3/2/15) — Kentucky State Police investigated a two-vehicle, injury collision at 12:46 p.m. Sunday, March 1… Read More
3/13 - 16

Most Read This Week

March 02, 2015 8264

Madisonville Teen Faces Numerous Drug Charges

in Local (Hopkins) Top News by Madisonville Police Department/Hopkins County Detention Center
February 25, 2015 7807

Multi-Agency Investigation Nets Large-Scale Meth…

in Top News For All Sites by Trooper Stu Recke
February 24, 2015 7598

Two Charged in Central City Meth Bust

in Local (Muhlenberg) Top News by Trooper Stu Recke
February 22, 2015 7445

Easter Cuties Pageant in Memory of Shanice Bean

in Top News For All Sites Touching Hopkins by Tammy Holloway, SurfKY News
February 25, 2015 6209

New Asian Restaurant Coming to Madisonville

in Local (Hopkins) Top News by Gary Gates, SurfKY News
February 23, 2015 5419

Fire Departments Respond to Wester's Body Shop

in Local (Muhlenberg) Top News by Shawn Freels

Most Read This Month

February 12, 2015

UPDATE: Name of Pennyrile Fatality Officially…

in Top News For All Sites Touching Hopkins by Doreen Dennis, SurfKY News
February 09, 2015

Police Pursue Man after Fight at Taco Bell

in Local (Hopkins) Top News by Madisonville Police Department/Hopkins County Detention Center

Stories Trending Today

March 02, 2015 8264

Madisonville Teen Faces Numerous Drug Charges

in Local (Hopkins) Top News by Madisonville Police Department/Hopkins County Detention Center
March 02, 2015 3026

HCSO, MPD Join to Bust Alleged Drug Trafficking…

in Local (Hopkins) Top News by Hopkins County Sheriff's Office
March 02, 2015 2221

Officers Respond to Complaint of Drug Use; Arrest…

in Local (Hopkins) Top News by Hopkins County Sheriff's Office/Hopkins County Detention Center
March 02, 2015 1739

Job Fair Tomorrow in Madisonville

in Hopkins News by Kentucky Career Center
March 02, 2015 1602

UPDATE: Escapee Apprehended

in Top News For All Sites by Stu Recke
March 03, 2015 1517

Three Arrested during Traffic Stop

in Local (Hopkins) Top News by Madisonville Police Department/Hopkins County Detention Center
March 02, 2015 1488

Madisonville Police Arrest Reports - March 2, 2015

in Hopkins News by Madisonville Police Department
March 02, 2015 1321

Locals Flock to Yoga for Unique Wellness Technique

in Local (Hopkins) Top News by Doreen Dennis, SurfKY News
March 02, 2015 1248

Dawson Springs Man Charged Multiple Offenses Plus…

in Hopkins News by Melissa Heflin
March 02, 2015 1157

Greenville Police Department Reports Released;…

in Local (Muhlenberg) Top News by Wes Miller