Police: Looking for Information about I-75 Crash

Reported by: Paris Lewbel
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Updated: 10/28/2013 7:42 am

Lexington Police are looking for information about an accident that left two women seriously injured Sunday afternoon.

The crash happened off Exit 115 from Northbound I-75. According to police, the small pickup truck was heading toward Newtown Pike when the truck crashed, ejecting the driver and passenger.

Lexington Police say they arrived on the scene at about 5 p.m., and found two women lying in the street. Both women were transported with serious injuries to the University of Kentucky Hospital in serious condition. Police say the passenger had life-threatening injuries.

The accident closed down the ramp for several hours while police investigated. The Crash Reconstruction Unit has not yet released a cause to the accident.

Police are asking anyone who witnessed the crash or has any information to call the Lexington Police Department.

 

 

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