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Racing Drivers Cause High Speed Crash

Police say two drivers who were racing on the interstate caused a crash this morning.

Police say two drivers traveling west on I-64 near the Clark-Fayette County line were racing and reached speeds of more than one hundred miles an hour.

One of those drivers, 19-year-old Aaron Fuller, crashed into the back of a third car, pushing both vehicles into the concrete divider.

The driver of the third car was a UK student on his way to class.

Police say Fuller suffered minor injuries and maybe a concussion.

So far, no charges have been filed.

The other driver who was racing left the scene of the crash.


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