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UPDATE: Two Crashes In One Location Send Victims To Hospital

Posted On March 25, 2014

Update posted Tuesday, March 25 at 9:47 a.m.:

Lawrenceburg Police have provided more information on Monday’s two vehicle accidents on U.S. 50-Eads Parkway at Tanners Creek Drive.

The first crash at around 11:00 a.m. involving a car and an SUV. Officers say the SUV was traveling south on Tanner’s Creek Drive and the car was turning left from the same road to go west on U.S. 50.   The car failed to yield to the SUV going straight and turned into the first vehicle.

The driver of the SUV was transported to Dearborn County Hospital complaining of head and neck pain.

The second accident occurred as first responders were on the scene of the first crash.   Two vehicles were traveling west on U.S. 50 approaching Tanner’s Creek Drive   The light turned yellow and a passenger car slowed to stop before the light turned red.   A loaded dump truck travelling behind the car was unable to stop before rear-ending the car.

The driver of the car was transported to DCH with complaints of back and neck pain.

The names of the crash victims were not available. Police said none of the injuries were considered serious in nature.

Lawrenceburg Police were assisted at the scene by Lawrenceburg EMS and the Lawrenceburg Fire Department.  

 

Original story posted Monday, March 24 at 12:48 p.m.:

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) – Two accidents on U.S. 50 at Tanners Creek Drive in Lawrenceburg sent people to the hospital.

The first accident was reported at around 11:00 a.m. involving a truck and a passenger vehicle. A second accident occurred about 25 minutes later.

Injuries were reported in both accidents, dispatchers said. The names and conditions of those involved have not been released.

The crashes are being investigated by Lawrenceburg Police.

1 comments
Branded1
Branded1

Morons trying to beat the lights , east bound , west bound , and turn arrows. Everyone is in a hurry. The speed limit needs dropped to 35 MPH between Aurora and Lawrenceburg. The stretch of highway is too congested for 45MPH. Speed enforcement between the 2 cities would help also.