Police: Road Rage Ends In Accident

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Updated: 11/04/2013 7:32 pm
Lexington Police say an apparent case of road rage led to an accident on New Circle Road at Alumni Drive.

Police say a woman was making obscene gestures as she passed other drivers lost control of her car.

Investigators say it hit a ditch, the wire cable barrier, and flipped over into the other lanes of traffic.

Police say the woman wasn’t seriously hurt.

Police say the accident has been cleared.
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