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Driver extricated after vehicle leaves roadway in early AM wreck

Driver treated at TRH, then transferred to UL Hospital in Louisville, KY

By Larry Smith, 99.7 FM the WAVE radio

A 2000 Chevrolet operated by Charles E. Noreika, 56, of Yuma-Roley Road, left the roadway at Wilson Creek on Elkhorn Road, KY 76, in Taylor County, went over an embankment, and trapped Noreika in his 2009 Chevrolet vehicle, until he was freed by the Taylor County Fire and Rescue in a pre-dawn operation.

The accident occurred at around 4:30amCT/5:30amET, Wednesday morning, December 19, 2012.

Noreika was transported to Taylor Regional Hospital, Campbellville, KY, for treatment and later to UL Hospital in Louisville, KY for non-life threatening injuries. Taylor County Deputy Rodney Cox was the investigating officer. - Larry Smith, 99.9 FM, The WAVE radio

This story was posted on 2012-12-19 10:09:44
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