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Trooper's Escape From Wreckage Called “Miraculous”

September 07, 2006  | 

Police who arrived at the scene of a crash involving an Indiana state trooper thought they would be burying one of their own, but Sgt. Rich Kelly made a miraculous escape from the wreckage of his police cruiser on Tuesday.

Kelly is expected to be released from a Lafayette hospital on Wednesday following a crash on Interstate 65 that involved two tractor-trailers.

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