Lexington Crash Victim Dies at Hospital

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 2/05/2012 12:03 am
Lexington Police say a Paris man who was badly injured in a crash has died.

The Coroner's Office says 22-year-old Travis Brown was pronounced dead Saturday afternoon at UK Hospital.

He was hurt in a wreck around 3:15pm Saturday on Paris Pike between Muir Station Road and Iron Works Pike.

Investigators believe Brown went off the road and over an embankment before crashing in a ditch.

Police say he was not wearing a seat belt and was thrown from the car.

A section of Paris Pike that was closed after the accident re-opened about 2 hours later.

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