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Indiana state senator injured in Carmel auto accident

April 13, 2011

March 31, 2011

An Indiana State Senator was injured in Carmel auto accident, reports The Indy Star.

Indiana State Senator Mike Delph was injured in a Camel Auto accident when he was diving to his house in Carmel. Senator Delph was driving his Buick Rendezvous north of Spring Mill when a driver from the southbound lane hit his car in the Carmel auto accident. The southbound driver, a 19 year man, was trying to avoid a slowing car when he swerved and hit the driver side of Senator Delph’s car.

Senator Delph’s head was examined at the hospital and was released . He reports that he is store sore on his left side.

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