Accident puts hole in bank wall

By Jim Warren

jwarren@herald-leader.com

A Lexington bank unexpectedly opened a little early Tuesday morning.

Police said a collision between two vehicles sent a car crashing into the Bank of the Bluegrass on East High Street, leaving a gaping hole in the side of the brick building.

(Photo by Charles Bertram) Delbert Moore, with Apple Contracting, cleaned up Bank of The Bluegrass, at the corner of East High Sreet and South Limestone in Lexington, after a car hit the building.

(Photo by Charles Bertram) Delbert Moore, with Apple Contracting, cleaned up Bank of The Bluegrass, at the corner of East High Sreet and South Limestone in Lexington, after a car hit the building.

The crash occurred about 1 a.m., officers said.

According to initial reports, a car was traveling the wrong way on East High Street when it collided with another vehicle at the intersection of South Limestone.

One car then crashed into the side of the bank building.

No one was injured, and Bank of the Bluegrass officials said the bank would be open for business later Tuesday morning.

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