WTHI-TV reports that a four-vehicle Terre Haute auto accident shut down a portion of the interstate for several hours.
The Terre Haute auto accident happened when a dump truck towing a trailer loaded with equipment approached a construction zone at a high rate of speed. Traffic in the construction zone had slowed down, and the driver of the dump truck was unable to slow down in time to avoid hitting the vehicle in front of him in the Terre Haute auto accident.
He also hit another vehicle and did minor damage to a fourth vehicle in the Terre Haute auto accident.
Two people were taken to the hospital to be treated for injuries following the Terre Haute auto accident.
What do you think the penalty should be for those found guilty of causing Terre Haute auto accidents because of a high rate of speed?
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