Police reported a crash that left five people injured after three vehicles were involved in an accident on Manslick Road in Louisville.
A Lexus sedan reportedly was approaching from St Andrews Church Road and ran a red light and sideswiped a Nissan Xterra. According to the police, the Lexus was driven by a 40-year-old man. The impact forced the Xterra to strike into the side of a Nissan Maxima nearby.
Louisville Metro Police Department said that at least five people were injured after this crash. The three occupants of the Lexus were injured and one of the passengers was a 16-year-old boy, police reported. The driver of the Nissan Xterra was reported to be severely injured, while the passenger suffered only mild injuries.
The driver and passenger of the third vehicle, a Nissan Maxima also suffered injuries, though the severity has not been reported yet.
All the victims of the accident have been transported to a hospital.
The road was shut down for several hours to allow emergency crews clear the scene.
The crash is under investigation.
Dr. Brian Elias, from The Accident and Injury Team, commented on the crash. “We are sorry to hear about this three-car accident that injured five people here in Louisville. We hope everyone involved in this crash has a speedy recovery. Please remember to drive with caution and to pay attention to the rules of the road. Additionally, if you have been injured please seek medical treatment as well as legal representation.”
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