Frankfort PD: Pregnant Driver Crashes into Home

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 5/08 5:13 pm
According to Frankfort Police a pregnant woman slammed into a yard and then into their house.

On Wednesday, an officer was trying pull over a speeding car on Schenkle Lane. The police said the car reportedly drove into someone's yard and crashed into the garage of their home.Officials said the driver was 20-year-old Julia Hudson. She was seven months pregnant so she was taken to the hospital with injuries. Her passenger, 25-year-old Joshua Griffin, also received minor injuries, according to police.

Frankfort Police said there were three people inside the home when it was hit. Thankfully no one was injured. Investigators are still looking into what happened, but have ruled out alcohol and drugs as possible factors.
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