Car Hits Tree, Narrowly Misses House

A driver is in the hospital after she hit a tree early Friday morning and narrowly missed crashing into a Lexington home.

Police say the woman was driving down Greentree Road, off Armstrong Mill, when she lost control and spun around.

The back end of the car hit the house.

Police say there was no damage to the house.

The cause of the wreck remains under investigation.

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  • by gtown Location: what? on Aug 20, 2008 at 07:28 AM
    I am so confused LOL
  • by Jeb Location: Ky on Aug 18, 2008 at 10:31 AM
    I think when WKYT changed their website, this entire forum got royally screwed up. There are comments on this page on just about every story from the past 5 days. It's hilarious reading from one to the other and not knowing what will be next.
  • by TT on Aug 18, 2008 at 10:11 AM
    What happened to people commenting about the story above? A car hit a tree and a house- why are there comments about everything but this story??
  • by Bender Location: Lexington on Aug 17, 2008 at 06:59 PM
    I love the phrase "lost control." Was she driving "Speed Buggy?" Did he jerk himself loose of her and take off of his own accord?
  • by Anonymous Location: KY on Aug 16, 2008 at 06:04 PM
    I thought this was the comments for the story on the car hitting the tree. Guess not.
  • by a real mother Location: ky on Aug 16, 2008 at 05:52 PM
    I agree with every comment on this page anyone who would hurt a child or a elderly person are sick.ten to one says these two were blowed away on drugs,kill the drugs and save our children.
  • by cc Location: ky on Aug 16, 2008 at 05:44 PM
    This is a hard thing for both familys to deal with.I was a abused wife,yes the fear off not being able to make it on your own,or being able to feed your children.some men will use your children against you,then you think if i leave and he has my kids,they may end up in the same hell i`ve been living in.yes the thought of killing him or even praying to god he would have some kind of accident,just so you and your children could live a normal life.mental,physical or any other abuse is wrong,but you never know what someone is going through unless you live it.i finally got the nerve to move to another state.but it only got worse,all the court papers you can get isn`t going to stop someone if they want to kill you bad enough.lucky for me things got better after years of hell but not everyone gets a second poster that sticks in my head was! she was beat daily recieved flowers once,unless you live someones abused life don`t judge them.may god bless both of these familys.
  • by terri Location: east ky on Aug 16, 2008 at 05:31 PM
    With this republican economy disaster we need a break---------remember that in November.
  • by jennifer Location: printer on Aug 16, 2008 at 04:48 PM
    i dont blame her i have been in the same spot and you want to get out but you are scared for your life and if kids are involed it makes it 100 times harder and people who have not been in a place like this you have no right to talk . you hold on thinking things are going to get better some times they do .but 99% of the time they dont .so god bless you and i hope you can be ok its tuff but you can do it
  • by ac on Aug 16, 2008 at 04:44 PM
    This is a funny story. I was actually at the mall the day she was escorted out. When I first seen her in the mall, my wife and I started cracking up laughing because the dress was way too tight. It was definitely a borderline case. Furthermore, someone complained to the security guard and when he went to access the situation, the lady began using vulgar language. She quickly made it a drama scene.


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