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October 8, 2012

Somerset gridders improving after wreck

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Lucas said Gilmore had been “up and about” Monday in a wheelchair, and he said Gilmore was able to see Hinton. 
Hinton underwent surgery to his hip Monday, and Lucas said he’s still in a considerable amount of pain but he’s recovering. 
“They said surgery went well,” said Lucas, who made the trip to Lexington today for Hinton’s surgery and left his team’s practice in the hands of his assistant coaches. 
Lucas said Gilmore and Hinton’s teammates are dealing with the situation well.
“Thank God they’re resilient,” Lucas said. “They seem as well as they can be.”
A spokesperson at the UK Medical Center said Gilmore was listed in fair condition as of Monday afternoon. An updated condition on Hinton, who had been listed in serious condition over the weekend, was not available as of press time Monday. 
 

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