Update: New Circle Road Clear Following Crash

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Updated: 5/01/2012 6:21 pm
UPDATE: Police have reopened the outer loop of New Circle Road between Leestown Road and Old Frankfort Pike, though traffic is extremely heavy.

It had been closed earlier due to a three-vehicle injury accident involving two cars and a tanker truck.

Lexington police say the driver of a gold car was pulled out of it by other drivers. That driver was not seriously hurt.

Two people in a silver car had to be cut out by firefighters. They were seriously hurt. The driver of a tanker truck was not hurt. There was not any fuel in the tanker, and no environmental threat.

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