Teen Injured in Motorcycle Accident

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Updated: 4/29/2012 11:56 pm
 A 15-year-old on a motorcycle was hit Sunday after turning into the path of car.
 It happened on Hawk Creek Road in London around 1 p.m.
 The Laurel County Sheriff's Office said when the car hit the bike, the teenager ended up hitting the car's windshield before he ended up in a ditch.
 The teenager was flown to the University of Kentucky hospital.
 His name and condition are unknown.

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Dubayew - 5/1/2012 1:33 PM
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I hope the kid survives. This is such a common thing in Ky. I would like to see ABC36 do some research on this. Who picks up the tab for this. What is the state doing to minimize this problem? Does the state hold the parents responsible for anything? This has to be a large tax sink hole for the people of Ky.
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