A washed out bridge, a family swept away, a tragedy that could've been prevented
WRTV Investigative reporter Kara Kenney joins Hear Cincinnati to discuss a father who lost his family when six people died on March 20, 2020, after their vehicles went into Sanes Creek in Franklin County, Indiana.
First, our panel discusses Cincinnati Issue 3, cicadas updates, "Urban Hikers", and the Bengals pick in the NFL Draft.
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- Jennifer Ketchmark's Facebook post on cicadas
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- Krohn Conservatory to reopen with long-delayed, 'stunningly beautiful' Butterflies of Bali
- Bengals draft LSU wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase with No. 5 pick in the first round
- 5 dead, 1 missing after floodwaters wash away bridge in Franklin County
- 6 bodies recovered after water sweeps cars from Indiana road
- 'This wasn't an accident' Several 911 calls made about flooded Franklin Co. creek before family's death
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