Four Stranded Motorists Hurt When Semi Hits Van

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Updated: 12/18/2012 5:46 am

A flat tire turned dangerous for four people early Tuesday morning when a semi hit their van on a Lexington interstate.

The crash happened around 12:15am on I-75, near mile marker 105.

Police said a man was changing a tire on the passenger side of his van when a passing semi side-swiped the vehicle.

That man, another person standing nearby and two people sitting inside the van were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

Police said the semi’s driver told them that another truck had run him off the road, causing him to hit the van.

Police said no charges are expected for the semi’s driver.

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