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July 28, 2014

Clarksville businessman killed in weekend crash

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Clarksville businessman  Kenneth S. Murray was killed and a Clarksville woman was injured in an early morning  single-vehicle accident Saturday on Mosley Ferry Road near Pleasant View  in Cheatham County.

The Tennessee Highway Patrol reports that Murray, 40, owner and therapist for Clarksville Family Therapy in Clarksville, was killed and the driver, Larson D. Gafney, was injured. Both men were wearing seatbelts and both had been drinking. Blood alcohol tests are pending and the THP

Kenneth S. Murray, 40, of Adams, was killed, while Larson D. Gafney, 42, of Clarksville, who was driving a 2014 Lincoln MKH at high speed, was injured. The car reportedly went off road, hit a tree and became airborne, flipping over several times. Criminal Charges are pending.

Murray was the owner of Clarksville Family Therapy on Madison Street. He was also affiliated with Grace Community Church, Community Action Board, Clarksville Young Professionals, AUSA and National Association of Social Workers.



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