Teenager Airlifted To Hospital After Crash In Clark County

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 9/28/2012 12:19 am
The Clark County Sheriff said a 19-year old man was airlifted to U.K. Hospital Thursday night after crashing his pickup truck on Colby Road.

The Sheriff said the driver may have been trying to avoid an animal in the road, which led to the crash.

The Sheriff said the victim, whose name wasn't released, suffered a leg injury.

The Sheriff said the driver wasn't wearing a seat belt.

The accident remains under investigation.
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