Versailles Police: Slick Roads Factor In Three-Car Crash

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 6/17/2012 7:16 pm
A reminder, that even a little bit of rain can be dangerous.

Versailles police tell us a Subaru hydroplaned Sunday afternoon along I-64 in Woodford County near the 64 mile marker.

The vehicle ended up in the median.

Two other cars ended up bumping into each other as they tried to get out of the way.

No one was hurt.

The road was wet at the time.

So were a lot of other roads as Kentucky dealt with rain.

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