Two Dead I-65 Car and Truck Crash White County

Dense fog led to multiple accidents and the deaths of two people on Interstate 65 between mile markers 178 and 188.

The driver of an Acura was headed northbound on I-65 that ultimately collided with a semi-trailer near mile marker 188 in White County Indiana. The passenger of the Acura and a baby survived.

In total, three separate accidents involving 15 semis, five cars, and two vans were reported by the Indiana State Police.

The automobile accidents led to the closing of I-65 northbound and southbound lanes.

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Boone County, Indiana is home to some of the country's largest warehouses and distribution centers, including an Amazon Distribution Center. With so many large distribution centers located along the I-65 corridor, the roads in and around Lebanon, Whitestown, and Thorntown, are filled with semi-trucks transporting goods. With such a large influx of semi-trucks into Boone County, there are a large number of trucking accidents occurring in and around the the area.

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We've both been there . . . trying to pull out of an intersection where traffic is backed up and a driver in another vehicle tries to help by waving us on. We rely upon the driver waving us on to be sure the road is clear because we can't see as well as he can. The vast majority of the time the road is clear and we pull out and get on our way without a car accident. But what happens when it isn't clear and another car comes traveling down the road just as we are pulling out and we get in a car accident and someone gets injured or killed?


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