2 die in weather-related incidents in Kentucky, police say

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky State Police say two people have died in separate weather-related incidents. Police said 61-year-old Darlene G. Skinner Ragland of Corbin died Tuesday after officers were sent to a home in southern Laurel County on a carbon monoxide poisoning call. Residents were using a generator at the home. In western Kentucky, police said 25-year-old Melissa Sheerin of Crofton died Friday at a mobile home that had no heat or electricity. A man was also found unresponsive at the home in Guthrie. Police say preliminary results indicate Sheerin died of hypothermia. The man was treated for hypothermia.