UNION, Ky. - A medical helicopter responded to a one-vehicle accident in Union, Ky., that left a male driver with life-threatening injuries Friday morning.
Jeremy Miller, a 29-year-old from Erlanger, crashed his 1998 Ford Contour near the intersection of Frogtown Road and Triple Crown Boulevard at about 9:10 a.m. Miller failed to negotiate a curve in the road and drove off the roadway. He clipped a pole, went over an embankment and then hit a tree, according to police.
Police and ground medics were able to get Miller out of the vehicle after the accident caused him to be trapped. Miller was the only person in the vehicle at the time of the crash.
Officials say Miller sustained life-threatening injuries in the crash including facial injuries. He was unconscious but still breathing when emergency crews responded.
A medical helicopter transported him to University Hospital for treatment.
Authorities have not yet said what led to the accident.
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