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Terre Haute auto accident shuts down highway

Mar 26, 2010 | Auto Accident


March 18, 2010

The Trib Star reports that a woman was taken to the hospital following a single-vehicle Terre Haute auto accident.

The woman drove her vehicle off the road and ended up in a muddy creek. The Terre Haute car accident happened on Highway 46 about a half mile south of I-70.

Traffic in both directions of Highway 46 was shut down for approximately 45 minutes as rescue workers attempted to remove the woman’s vehicle from the creek.

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