Indiana I-65 car crash kills baby-critically injures family!

Indianapolis area I-65 fatal car crash injures 4 and kills 5 month-old baby girl.

Indianapolis, IN(JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Indiana State Police responded to a fatal car crash on I-65 near Frankfort, about 40 miles northwest of Indianapolis, on Sunday evening, as reported by the Chicago Tribune. Candis Cunningham, a 20 year-old mother was driving her car on southbound I-65 when her motor vehicle crossed the median and hit another automobile driven by Breanne Kemp, 27. Kemp was driving with her two daughters at the time of the fatal car wreck.

Cunningham and her daughter, Rhilee Courtney, were transported by emergency medical personnel to an Indianapolis hospital for treatment of the traumatic brain injuries they suffered. Courtney was pronounced dead by doctors at the hospital, and her mother remains in critical condition. The other driver and two children passengers were transported to an area hospital for their serious injuries. Indiana State Police highway accident authorities say the automobile accident remains under investigation.

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