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TWO HURT IN WRECK ON HANOVER COLLEGE CAMPUS
Tuesday, October 09, 2012 11:00 AM
Emergency personnel responded to Scenic Drive on the Hanover College campus Monday night after a car struck a tree. James Shireman, a 21-year-old student at the school, lost control of his car and crashed into the tree, Hanover police said. Shireman suffered a broken elbow, Chief Ron Kroger said. Alex Braddy, 19, who was in the passenger seat, was pinned in the vehicle and had to be extracted. Kroger said Braddy had a broken femur. Both men were flown to University Hospital in Louisville. A third passenger in the back seat was not injured. Speed was considered a factor in the crash. "They lost control in a curve, running off the road and hitting a tree," Kroger said. (Staff photo by Evan Shields)
PHOTOS: TWO HURT IN WRECK ON HANOVER COLLEGE CAMPUS
Hi, I am James' cousin Maila I am 11 years old and I was really scared when I heard he was hurt. I had so many questions. But we are going to see him soon. I hope he will get better soon and I would like to thank the hospital for taking care of him. His brother and him are like siblings to me. I miss that I don't get to see them anymore but they have cell phones and I can call them when I need support. Thanks again to the hospital that took care of him.
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