Emergency management director injured in car crash

According to the Mayor’s Office, Lexington, Kentucky’s emergency management division director Pat Dugger was hurt in a two-vehicle collision that occurred at around 8 a.m. on Tuesday, April 8 at the intersection of North Upper and West Fourth streets.

The police investigation showed that Dugger was inside her standard-issued government vehicle and was headed west on Fourth Street when she was hit by a sport utility vehicle that was heading south on Upper Street and was driven by a yet to be identified driver.

The impact of the crash caused Dugger’s vehicle to overturn, trapping her underneath. Firefighters had to lift her vehicle and extricate her to save her life.

Being the victim of a car accident can be devastating, especially when it is as serious as this. If you have been injured in an auto accident in Lexington, get in touch with the lawyers of Wilson & McQueen, PLLC, by calling (800) 953-2373. We can help you explore your options for filing a lawsuit and seeking financial compensation.