Nicholasville Man Dies From Injuries Suffered In Wreck

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Updated: 8/29/2013 11:53 pm
A Jessamine County man died Thursday from injuries suffered in a three-vehicle accident.

Thomas Hurley, 72, of Nicholasville, was injured in the accident on KY 169, just past Paddock Drive slightly before 11:00 a.m., according to the coroner.

Hurley died later from his injuries at UK Hospital.

The Jessamine County Sheriff's Office said a 17-year old girl was driving a 2009 BMW westbound on KY 169, when she lost control and veered over the center line, colliding with Hurley's vehicle.

Investigators said the BMW then collided with a van that was headed eastbound.

The Sheriff's Office said Hurley was the lone occupant in his vehicle. 

There were three people in the van, including two children and just the teenage driver in the BMW.  No one else was injured, according to investigators. 
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