March 10, 2009
One woman was injured in a single-vehicle Terre Haute car accident, reports the Tribune Star.
An 18-year-old female was driving east on I-70 when her car veered off the roadway and rolled over multiple times.
When emergency responders arrived at the scene of the Terre Haute auto accident they found the driver lying on the ground after apparently being ejected from the vehicle.
The woman was treated at the scene for possible multiple fractures, then airlifted to a local hospital. She was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the Indiana auto accident.
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