Multiple crashes across Lexington after morning snow
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - Slick roads and snow contributed to multiple crashes Friday morning in Lexington.
Police say from midnight to 9:45 a.m. Friday morning they responded to seven injury crashes and 32 non-injury crashes. At one point during the morning rush, police say they were working four injury crashes and 12 non-injury crashes all at the same time.
They say most of the crashes were on side streets and smaller rural roads.
Police say two cars crashed around 2 a.m. at New Circle and Liberty Road. Two people in one of those cars are hurt but expected to recover.
Another car crashed on Leestown Road near the Scott County line. No one was hurt.
Around 5:15 a.m. a city snowplow collided with a car on Woodland Avenue. The plow pushed the car into a nearby building, which police say has cosmetic damage only.
Two people were in the car. One had minor injuries and is expected to recover.
Police say weather played a role in many crashes throughout the morning.
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