UPDATE: Wet Roads Could Be Factor In Three Vehicle Collision

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 6/30 12:27 am
Slick roads may have been a factor in a collision in Lexington that sent three people to the hospital.

Police were called around 8:45 Sunday night to Man O' War Boulevard near Nicholasville Road.

Officers said an SUV driver told them he swerved to miss another car, and wound up crossing the median and hitting a minivan and another vehicle.

Officers said the drivers of the SUV and the minivan, as well as a passenger, went to the hospital with minor injuries.
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