Lexington Police Investigating DUI in Three Car Accident

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Updated: 9/25/2012 12:07 am
     Lexington Police say they have taken a woman into custody in a drunk driving investigation after a three car accident earlier this evening.
        
     The incident happened a little before eight Monday night.

     Lexington Police say a woman driving a white SUV swerved into on-coming traffic.

     According to investigators the SUV grazed the side of one car before hitting a second vehicle on the left front side.

    No one was hurt, however rescuers did have to use Jaws of Life to remove one of the drivers.

     The name of the woman taken into custody has not yet been released.
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