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Update: Interstate Reopens In Fayette County After Cement Mixer Accident

Lexington Police said the ramp from I-64 to northbound I-75 at the northern split in Fayette County was reopened after a cement mixer was removed after flipping on its side.

Troopers: Ambulance Involved In Accident In Bath County

Troopers say an ambulance traveling from Lexington to Sandy Hook Monday afternoon was involved in an accident.

Update: One Person Killed In Crash On I-64 In Carter County

State Police said one person was killed in a crash involving a tractor-trailer and a car on I-64 in Carter County Friday afternoon.

Accident Closes Stretch Of I-64 In Carter County

The Kentucky Department of Highways reported Friday afternoon that a crash had shut down the eastbound lanes of Interstate 64 in Carter County at mile marker 158.

U.S. 60 Bridge In Clark County To Be Temporarily Closed

The U.S. 60 overpass bridge over I-64 at Exit 101 in Clark County is scheduled to be closed from July 25 through July 31 for repairs.

Update: Victim Name Released In Deadly Scott County Motorcycle Wreck

Neither motorcycle driver was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.

Deadly Wreck Causes Traffic Backup On I-64 In Scott County

Traffic was diverted on I-64 in Scott County Thursday night after a deadly crash

Motorcycle Wreck On I-64 In Montgomery County

State Police said James Hall, Jr. of Clarksville, Tennessee, lost control of his motorcycle and crashed along I-64 in Montgomery County.

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