Car Flips After Collision In Downtown Lexington

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 4/20 8:26 pm
A car ended up on its top Sunday afternoon in downtown Lexington.

And investigators said they were getting different reports about how it happened.

According to firefighters, two cars collided after one of them ran a red light at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Short Street.

But both drivers reportedly claimed that they had the right of way when it happened.

Investigators said a Toyota involved in the collision ran up the guidewire of a utility pole before flipping.

According to investigators, there were only minor injuries.
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