July 29, 2008
A Texas woman was killed in a Terre Haute auto accident, while her husband remains hospitalized in critical condition.
The Terre Haute auto accident involved five vehicles and began when one vehicle failed to stop at a line of traffic and ran into the back of the Texas couple’s car. This collision then caused a chain-reaction on the Interstate.
According to The Tribune Star, the woman killed in the Terre Haute auto accident suffered massive head and internal injuries from the crash. Her husband also suffered internal injuries from the Terre Haute auto accident.
The driver who failed to stop at the line of traffic in the Indiana car accident was injured in the crash as well. He was taken to a nearby hospital and treated for his injuries.
The Terre Haute auto accident is still under investigation.
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