Injury Accident Reported in Versailles

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 7/31 1:35 pm
ABC 36 has learned that an injury accident has shut down traffic at one of Versailles' main intersections.

According to police, a collision occurred between two vehicles around 12:30 Thursday afternoon at the intersection of US 60 and Paddock Drive.

They suggest routing around the accident by turning from Highway 60 onto Huntertown Road, then onto Briarwood Road or Marsailles Road, then out to Huntertown Road, and back to Highway 60.

Another route they recommend is to turn onto the Bluegrass Parkway westbound, taking the exit to KY-33, and then routing back onto US 60.

Officers are not sure how long traffic may be shut down while the scene is cleared.

There's no word yet on the extent of the injuries.
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