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One killed in Indianapolis auto accident

Oct 7, 2008 | Auto Accident, Personal Injury, Stewart & Stewart


October 7, 2008

A 63-year-old pedestrian was killed when she was struck by a car, according to the Indianapolis Star.

The woman was crossing the 8400 Block of Harcourt Road when the Indianapolis auto accident occurred. According to police, the driver lost control of the vehicle on an access road, jumped the curb, and hit Buckles, causing the Indianapolis auto accident. The Indiana auto accident occurred just after 3pm on Friday.

Investigators of the Indianapolis car accident said the vehicle’s accelerator was stuck.

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