A two-vehicle crash disrupted traffic on New Circle Road for about an hour late Friday night.
Lexington police said a car went off the road into some trees after being rear-ended by a pickup truck, which rolled over in the middle of the roadway.
Somehow, no one was hurt, said police Lt. Chris Van Brackel.
The wreck occurred just before 10 p.m. on the outer loop of New Circle between the Georgetown and Leestown Road exits.
According to Van Brackel, the accident started when a driver slowed suddenly for unknown reasons in front of a red Pontiac Sunfire. The Pontiac also braked and was hit from behind by a Toyota Tacoma pickup, he said.
"The pickup truck ended up rolling over, and the big problem was that it was upside down right in the middle of the road," Van Brackel said.
Because of debris in the roadway, police briefly routed westbound traffic off New Circle between Georgetown and Leestown.
The road was reopened just after 11 p.m., van Brackel said.