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One injured in Indianapolis auto accident

Apr 12, 2010 | Auto Accident, Stewart & Stewart

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April 8, 2010

Drunk driving is illegal, yet it remains a major cause of auto accidents. WISH-TV reports that a drunk driver was the cause of this Indianapolis auto accident.

A 26-year-old female was driving north in the Southbound lanes of East Street when she struck a police vehicle causing the Indianapolis auto accident.

Police said the driver struck the police car and continued driving, in spite of attempts by Indianapolis police officers to get her to pull over.

Why do you think Indianapolis drunk driving accidents continue to be such a problem?

If you have suffered injuries in an Indianapolis auto accident, the Indiana auto accident attorneys at Stewart & Stewart are here to help you.

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