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Three-car accident in Indiana leaves one person dead

Multi-vehicle accidents in Indiana seem to have a higher propensity for causing fatalities. The odds kick in: the more people and vehicles involved in a crash, the higher the probability that injuries and fatalities might occur. Unfortunately, just such an incident occurred recently in a Northern Indiana county.

According to reports, the accident in question occurred on November 20 in Elkhart County during the evening rush hour. The reports indicate that a 54-year-old man was driving a Ford near US 33 when he stopped at an intersection. A Honda being driven by a 45-year-old man then struck the back of the Ford, thereby shoving the Ford out into traffic on US 33. There, a pickup truck slammed into the Ford, killing the driver of the Ford, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver of the Honda and the driver of the pickup truck were both injured in the multi-vehicle collision. The reports indicate that both received medical treatment at the scene of the crash. Although it seems that the accident investigation is ongoing, these initial reports indicate that it was the driver of the Honda who probably caused the collision by slamming into the back of the Ford.

Of course, every motor vehicle accident is unique, so there may be factors that turn up in the resulting investigation that add details to what, exactly, happened in order for this fatal accident to occur. Anyone who has been injured in a motor vehicle accident in Indiana may have legal rights to attempt to pursue financial compensation.

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