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UPDATE: Crash victims were from Indiana, Lexington man accused of driving on suspended license in double-fatality on I-64

Lexington man accused of driving under the influence of drugs and causing a seven-vehicle crash that left a woman and child dead on I-64 on Monday afternoon.

Deadly accident closes stretch of US 127 in Franklin County

One person was killed Wednesday night in a collision that closed a stretch of US 127 in Franklin County, according to the state.

Truck overturned, stalls traffic on I-75

Traffic is back open on I-75 after a box truck turned over Monday night.

UPDATE: Coroner releases name of victim in fatal Lexington motorcycle crash

The Fayette Co. Coroner has released the name of the man killed in a motorcycle crash on Newtown Pike Friday morning.

UPDATE: Road reopens in Ferguson after 5-vehicle accident

A busy intersection in Ferguson in Pulaski County reopened Tuesday evening, hours after it was closed due to a five vehicle accident that included injuries and a HAZMAT cleanup.

I-75 Traffic in Lexington backed up after box truck catches fire

Traffic was down to one lane on I-75 south tonight after a vehicle fire. It happened around 9:15 near the 108 mile marker.

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