It's been a busy morning for wrecker crews and emergency crews as they've worked several accidents around Lexington because of the wet roadways.
The crashes began early though, with emergency responders being called to I-64 just outside of Lexington. Two vehicles were involved in that wreck with one of the drivers suffering a broken leg.
"One was trapped in the red camera behind me and the other victim had self-extricated himself and made his way to the fence line at the edge of the roadway," said Maj. Chris Ward with the Lexington Fire Department.
The rain also may have contributed to a wreck at Old Paris Pike and Paris Pike that shut down the major roadway whiles crews transported the injured.
"They're very lucky that it wasn't worse than that. It was a t-bone accident and we had to extricate them, we had to remove the side door to get them out of the vehicle," said Maj. Todd Samuelson, also with the Lexington Fire Department.
Right about the time that scene was cleared, another was being cleared at Shaker Drive and Mason Headley Road involving two cars.
Emergency officials say use common sense when driving on a wet surface. Make sure you leave plenty of distance between you and the person in front of you and be patient.