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Ky. Paramedic Injured in Rollover Accident

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- An emergency medical services worker was injured in a rollover accident Thursday that closed one lane on the ramp from southbound Gene Snyder Freeway to Interstate 65 north in southern Jefferson County.

The paramedic involved was driving one of the Metro EMS sports utility vehicles, known as a fly car, but was not responding to a run, said Dr. Neal Richmond, head of the department. He was taken to University Hospital, where he is in stable condition, Richmond said.

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