Report: Kentucky player awake and responsive after car crash
Sophomore safety Ashely Lowery is moving his extremities and breathing on his own following a car accident over the weekend.
Lowery was ejected from his seat after rolling his car and had been under sedation in intensive care at Northeast Georgia Medical Center since the accident, according to the report.
The sophomore from Cleveland, Ga., is now able to move all his extremities, and a breathing tube has been removed, the Courier-Journal reported.
Lowery had 43 tackles and an interception for the Wildcats in 2012.
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