Update: Three Lextran Passengers Sent To Hospital After Collision

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Updated: 11/04/2013 9:42 pm
Police say three people went to the hospital after a collision in Lexington that involved a Lextran bus.

Officers say it happened Monday night at the intersection of Second Street and Martin Luther King Boulevard.

Police say a car and an SUV collided.

Investigators believe one of the drivers may have run a red light.

Officers say the SUV flipped, and a Lextran bus was clipped.

No word yet on the extent of the injuries of the three bus passengers.

Police say no one in the car or SUV was hurt.
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