UPDATE: Tates Creek Road Clear After Collision

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 5/07 5:11 pm
According to Lexington officials, Tates Creek Road has been cleared and traffic is now flowing normally following a serious collision.

They said an elderly woman was taken to UK Hospital and a man suffered extensive leg injuries when their cars hit each other earlier Wednesday afternoon.

Officials said the woman was trying to turn her hatchback vehicle left onto Wilson-Downing when she collided with another car.

Police are not sure at this point which driver was at fault or what color the traffic lights were at the intersection when the crash happened.

ABC 36 will bring you more details about the collision coming up tonight at 5 and 6pm.
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