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Several injured in Indianapolis auto accident

Feb 24, 2011 | Auto Accident

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February 24, 2011

WISH-TV reports that several were injured as a result of an Indianapolis auto accident that may have involved alcohol.

The Indianapolis auto accident happened when the suspected drunk driver ran a flashing red light and crashed into an SUV that was already in the intersection. Police saidt the victims were partying downtown before the Indianapolis auto accident.

The driver who caused the Indianapolis auto accident was unconscious. His cousin pulled him from the vehicle and administered CPR.

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