June 9, 2011
Two people were injured in an Indiana auto accident when an SUV flipped.
A man traveling northbound on Indiana 67 in his Ford SUV turned left in the path of a Honda traveling southbound before the Indiana auto accident.
The Honda hit the front passenger side of the SUV, causing it to spin and flip upside-down.
According to The Star Press, both drivers suffered injuries that were not released at the time the story was published.
One person was taken to St. John’s Medical Center while the other was taken to IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital following the Indiana auto accident.
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