Two Hurt In Suspected Drunk Driving Crash

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Updated: 12/12/2012 7:59 am
  Two people were injured and power was knocked out to a Georgetown neighborhood following a crash Tuesday night.
 Scott County Sheriff's deputies said a passing driver spotted the wreck on Cincinnati Road just before 10:30 p.m.
 The car went off the road and into a power pole, knocking out power to some homes in the area.
 Deputies said the 42-year-old passenger was flown to the University of Kentucky hospital and was listed in critical condition after undergoing surgery.
 The 29-year-old driver suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was also taken to the hospital.
 Deputies said he faces charges because it appears alcohol was a factor in the crash.
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Ranger2 - 12/12/2012 6:03 PM
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Old Chinese Proverb. He who drinks and drives, may hit pole.
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