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One teenager killed in Indiana auto accident

Sep 11, 2008 | Auto Accident, Personal Injury, Stewart & Stewart


September 11, 2008

An Indiana auto accident Tuesday left one teenager dead and one injured, according to News Channel 11 KCBD.

The teenage driver of the car involved in the Indiana auto accident was traveling down the road when she crashed into a dump truck.

The man driving the dump truck in the Indiana car accident was not injured.

The teenage girls in the car received critical Indiana auto accident injuries and were taken to a local hospital where the girl in the passenger seat died some time later.

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