Lexington PD: Drivers in Man O'War Crash Are Related

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 5/12 12:30 am
Shortly before 8 Sunday evening, Lexington police reported that a car and a minivan had crashed into each other twice at the intersection of Man O'War Boulevard and Buckhorn Drive.

On top of that, officers said the two drivers were related.

According to police, the driver of the car ran a red light, smashing into the minivan, which was turning out of Buckhorn.

Officials said when the vehicles hit, the car and the minivan spun, colliding a second time.

The two drivers were taken to nearby hospitals.

Their conditions and thee drivers' relation are unknown at this time.
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