Close Call Accident on Winchester Road

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Updated: 8/10/2012 11:33 pm
        A driver is at UK Hospital after losing control of her car on Winchester Road and hitting a parked van.
    
        Police say the accident at the corner of Strader Dr. and Winchester rd, could have been much worse.
   
        Investigators say the driver swerved off the road and somehow squeezed between a light pole and telephone poll, coming within inches of hitting the telephone poll head on.
    
        Witnesses say the driver was going about 45 miles per hour.
   
        Police say the car stopped after hitting a parked van.
    
        Police say the woman was taken to UK Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
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