Deputy Injured In Car Crash

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Updated: 4/22/2012 7:20 pm
     A Laurel County Sheriff's Deputy is recovering after a car crash Saturday night.  It happened just before 11 P.M. on Hal Rogers Parkway.  Sheriff John Root says a Toyota Camry, driven by Sharlette Mills, turned into the path of deputy Kirk Mays' cruiser.  He also had a passenger, Officer Roy Ball.
     As you can see from these pictures both cars had considerable damaged but luckily, all three people involved only received minor injuries.
     They were treated and released from the hospital.
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