Woman Cut Out Of Car After Crash On Old Frankfort Pike

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Updated: 1/06/2013 12:17 am
A woman is in the hospital tonight after firefighters cut her out of her car.

They told ABC 36 she was driving on Old Frankfort Pike near Versailles Road when she ran off the road and destroyed part of the guard rail.

Because of the driver's injuries, crews say they cut off the top of the car to get her out.

They haven't been able to figure out what caused the crash yet, but they say they don't think drugs or alcohol were involved.

She was taken to UK hospital, but is expected to be okay.
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