I-64 Reopens After Accident Involving Semi And SUV

The eastbound lanes of I-64 in Shelby County are back open after a violent crash early Friday morning.

Police say a semi truck t-boned an SUV near the 44 milemarker.

The driver of the SUV went to the hospital in Frankfort with injuries.

It took rescue workers one hour to get her out of the vehicle.

Police don't know what caused the wreck.

Police say a bridge a couple of hundred yards from the accident scene may have been slick at the time of the crash.


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  • by Me! Location: Ky on Feb 1, 2008 at 06:42 AM
    I am surprised someone has not already blamed the truck driver and sentenced him to 50 years for driving an 18 wheeler.
  • by Joey Location: KY on Feb 1, 2008 at 06:07 AM
    Listening to this story on WVLK this morning kind of made me laugh for only one reason. The reporters had to find the most hillbilly sounding trucker to tell what happened and he said "These four wheelers need to learn to slow down in bad weather." The next story was about a semi-truck that jack knifed on I-75 and shut down the southbound lanes for quite some time. I wonder if that trucker was going slow enough for the conditions? Still laughing at the dumb sounding trucker..LOL! Hope the lady recovers as well as the truck driver(s). No matter whose fault it is, my prayers are with them.

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