A two-vehicle collision occurred on Wednesday, June 4th, around 6:30 p.m. The crash happened on Celina Road near Kentucky, and the Kentucky State Police were called to the scene. The police said that a 60-year-old woman of Celina, Tennessee was driving a 2001 Honda in the northbound lane when she then crossed over into the southbound lane driving head-on into a 1996 Buick that was driven by a 33-year-old male of Muncie, Indiana. The 60-year-old woman driving the 2001 Honda was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the collision and was taken to Monroe County Hospital where she was later pronounced dead. The 33-year-old driver of the 1996 Buick and his passenger, a 33-year-old woman from Muncie, were both wearing a seat belt and taken by Air Evac to Skyline Medical Center in Nashville where they are still said to be in critical condition.
The decisions of other drivers on the road can put the lives of others in a tremendous amount of danger. In this case, the decision of another driver caused the death of themselves and put the lives of other drivers in extreme danger, causing them injuries that could change their lives forever. If you or someone you know has been injured or killed in a car accident, please contact the experienced legal team at Schiller Law Offices at 888-578-3100 or at IndyInjured.com to learn more about your potential right to compensation.