Crash Leaves Semi On SUV

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Updated: 3/19/2013 11:29 pm
Police say it's a miracle no one was hurt Tuesday afternoon in a four-vehicle crash in Boyle County that left a semi on top of an SUV.

Police say the semi, which was hauling paper products, ran a red light on Highway 127, then hit two trucks and a guardrail before landing on an SUV.

According to police, the woman in the SUV walked away with injuries so minor, she didn't even have to go to the hospital.

Crews had to unload the truck before it could be turned upright. The road is closed, and police say it could stay that way until midnight.
 
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