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Driver flown to hospital after head-on crash with semi truck

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FLORENCE, KY (FOX19) -

A driver was flown to the hospital Friday morning after crashing into a semi truck head-on.

It happened just before 2:30 a.m. on Dixie Highway between Industrial Road and Empire Drive.

Florence Police say Stephen Tilley, 29, went left of center and struck a semi truck driven by David Freeman, 60, of Cincinnati.

Tilley was extricated from his pick up truck and flown via Air Care to University of Cincinnati Medical Center with serious injuries.

Freeman was not injured.

Police say alcohol is believed to be a contributing factor and the crash remains under investigation.

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