Erik Lund, 26, parked his bike on Funkhouser Drive near Kastle Hall on the University of Kentucky campus as he headed to work last month.
Erik Lund, 26, parked his bike on Funkhouser Drive near Kastle Hall on the University of Kentucky campus as he headed to work last month. Herald-Leader
Erik Lund, 26, parked his bike on Funkhouser Drive near Kastle Hall on the University of Kentucky campus as he headed to work last month. Herald-Leader

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