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Police: Stolen Car Crashed Into Lexington Bus Stop

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Updated: 9/02/2013 8:31 pm
A crash in Lexington Monday afternoon involved a bus stop.

Now police are looking for a group of teenagers accused of leaving that accident scene.

Investigators say the teens stole a Toyota Corolla then crashed into a bus stop on Centre Parkway in front of the Briarwood Apartments.

Police say a detective was driving down Centre Parkway when the car with about six teenagers in it almost collided with him head-on.

Investigators say the detective turned around to pursue the car and saw the teens get out of the Corolla and run.

That's when police say the car rolled into a bus stop.

Officers say one of the teens was found and arrested.

Police say they are still looking for the others.



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