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Two Seriously Injured in Highway 65 Crash

Two people were seriously injured in a crash that occurred on Highway 65 in Owensville on Tuesday.

Posted: Nov 5, 2020 3:30 PM
Updated: Nov 5, 2020 3:31 PM

The German Township Fire Department says two people were seriously injured in a crash that happened on Highway 65 Tuesday afternoon.

According to the fire department, the crash happened in the 5500 block of Highway 65, near Gibson County's Owensville, Indiana. 

First arriving units found two vehicles in the roadway with heavy front-end damage, and according to GTFD, both drivers of those vehicles needed to be extricated, which the McCutchanville Fire Department assisted in.

After being extricated, both drivers were taken to the hospital by AMR with serious injuries.

The Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office is currently investigating the crash.


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