Harrison man recovers from wreck on KY 36

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By Joshua Shepherd

The University of Kentucky air medical service was called in to transport a Harrison County man who suffered several injuries, including an apparent concussion, following a collision between trucks at the intersection of KY 36 and Lafferty Pike at 3 p.m. Thursday afternoon.
Fortunately, after an examination of his injuries, Floyd Rice, 48, of Junction Pike was treated and released from the UK Chandler Medical Center the same evening.
At the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office on Friday, Rice said he was very sore and stiff, but otherwise appeared to be fine.

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