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North Caddo Parish ATV accident victim identified, Funeral services set

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NORTH CADDO PARISH - The woman killed in Friday's ATV crash has been identified as 23, year old Courtney Kenny. Keny was a passenger on a Polaris Ranger driven by Nicole
 Arbour, 22, of Mandeville, when Arbour lost control of the vehicle and it flipped. Kenny, Arbour, and a third woman, 22-year-old Lauren Pigeon. The women

 were riding in the Polaris on a dirt road in an open field on private property in the 4600 block Dixie-Shreveport Road. Kenny was rushed to Willis-Knighton in

 Bossier where she later died. None of the women were wearing a helmet or seat belt. Visitation for Kenny have been set Sunday, July 6th at Mulhearn's

 Funeral Home in Monroe from 4pm- 7pm. Kenny's funeral will also be at Mulhearn's, on Monday, July 8th at 2pm. The crash is under investigation by the

 Caddo Sheriff's Traffic Safety Unit.

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