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Girls Gets Mother Help After Bad Accident

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Updated: 10/02/2012 6:19 pm
State police say a little girl jumped into action after a bad car accident Tuesday morning.

Troopers say Devon Proctor had her daughter with her this morning when she lost control of her car on Red House Road. They say she drove down an embankment, hit a tree and was trapped.

According to troopers, her six-year-old daughter Draya was able to climb out of the car and get up to the road to flag down help. Both were taken to U.K. hospital.

Proctor is in critical condition. Her daughter is listed in fair condition.
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