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FRANKLIN, Ind.–Hundreds of Hoosiers were caught in a four-hour back-up Tuesday morning on I-65, four miles south of the Franklin exit in the northbound lanes. That backup was caused by a crash that killed a three-year-old child.
Indiana State Police did not identify the child, nor did they provide identifying information Tuesday evening.
Police got a call about 9:45 a.m. saying there was a disabled vehicle on the interstate. As they were making their way to the scene other calls began to come in about a crash. When police got there they found that a car had been heavily damaged and the child  was badly hurt.
After freeing the child from the car seat, first responders tried life-saving techniques, which did not work.
Two adults were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.