Woman Injured In Three Vehicle Crash In Laurel County

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Updated: 11/02/2012 7:06 pm
The Laurel County Sheriff's Office said a London woman was seriously injured in a three vehicle crash Thursday morning.

Investigators said a car driven by Jamie Morgan, 32, of London, crossed over into the opposite lane of U.S. 25, about one mile south of London.

Investigators said Morgan's car collided with a van driven by Charles House, 27, of Lily and then collided with a truck driven by William Marcum, 47, of Louisville.

Morgan's car then struck a guardrail and came to rest.  The van and truck came to rest, blocking the road for approximately 3-hours.

Investigators said Jamie Morgan was airlifted to U.K. Hospital with serious injuries.  Authorities said Morgan was the only person injured.
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