A car traveling on I-75 in Fayette County ends in a ditch.

Lexington, Q. (WTVQ) – A car traveling south on I-75 in Fayette County fell into a ditch early Wednesday morning, according to Lexington Police.

Investigators say it happened just before 9:30 a.m. near Mile Marker 99.

Police say there were no casualties and traffic was not affected.

The interstate was wet at the time of the accident from early morning rain, but investigators say it is too early to tell whether weather was a factor. The cause of the accident remains under investigation.


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