Toddler & Two Adults Hurt In Laurel County Crash

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Updated: 9/27/2013 7:48 pm
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office says two women and a 22-month-old boy were hurt Friday in a crash outside of London.

Deputies say it happened around 4:45pm on American Greeting Card Road about 8 miles south of London.

The Sheriff's Office says a blue Impala was headed south when it crossed the center line and hit a blue Chrysler Sebring going north.

The Impala then flipped.

Deputies say the female driver had to extricated from the car and was flown to UK Medical Center with possible serious injuries.

According to investigators, the woman driving the Sebring also had her 22-month old grandson in the car.

Both were taken to Baptist Health Care Hospital with possible injuries.




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