Nancy Miracle's  Mitsubishi Spyder slammed into a  boulder that fell from a cliff onto southbound U.S. 27 in Garrard County on Oct. 4. A truck then  rear-ended  the car. Miracle, a nurse at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital, is bruised and sore but otherwise OK. She hopes to return to work soon.
Nancy Miracle's Mitsubishi Spyder slammed into a boulder that fell from a cliff onto southbound U.S. 27 in Garrard County on Oct. 4. A truck then rear-ended the car. Miracle, a nurse at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital, is bruised and sore but otherwise OK. She hopes to return to work soon. Greg Kocher | Staff
Nancy Miracle's Mitsubishi Spyder slammed into a boulder that fell from a cliff onto southbound U.S. 27 in Garrard County on Oct. 4. A truck then rear-ended the car. Miracle, a nurse at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital, is bruised and sore but otherwise OK. She hopes to return to work soon. Greg Kocher | Staff

Driver who crashed into rock that fell onto U.S. 27 is recovering

October 12, 2011 12:00 AM

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