Chandler Woman Identified as Victim of Fatal Warrick Co. Crash

A Chandler woman was killed in a crash at the intersection of S.R. 62 and Epworth Road on Tuesday morning.

Posted: Mar 16, 2021 9:01 AM
Updated: Mar 16, 2021 5:27 PM

Indiana State Police are investigating a deadly accident in Warrick County that has killed one person.

Three vehicles were involved in the accident that happened around 7:30 Tuesday morning at the intersection of S.R. 62 and Epworth Road.

ISP identified the victim of the crash as 70-year-old Sheila Shofstall of Chandler, Indiana.

According to ISP, Shofstall was stopped on SR 62 behind a tractor-trailer. A Ford pickup truck failed to notice traffic was stopped and struck Shofstall's vehicle from behind, pushing it forward into the rear of the tractor-trailer.

The driver of the Ford pickup truck and the driver of the tractor-trailer were transported to area hospitals where they were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

The eastbound lanes of SR 62 between I-69 and Epworth Road were closed for approximately 3 ½ hours while troopers investigated the crash.

ISP indicates dense fog was in the area could have contributed to the crash, as visibility was limited.

The investigation is ongoing.

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