UPDATE: The Johnson County Coroner has identified the woman killed as 26-year-old Michaela Norton. Her official cause and manner of death will be determined in the near future, based on toxicology and autopsy results.
GREENWOOD, Ind. — A woman died, and an infant is hospitalized after her car collided with a semi-truck. Police say it happened at the intersection of East Main Street and Commerce Parkway West Drive.
“The crash occurred around 6:30 this morning,” according to Matthew Fillenwarth, assistant chief of the Greenwood Police Department. “The semi-driver is being fully cooperative and is ok.”
The crash temporarily closed I-65 northbound to Main Street.
Fillenwarth stated that an early-stage investigation is ongoing, and laser technology will be used to pinpoint the details of the incident.
“We use lasers now on scenes to help measure,” he says. “It usually takes a couple of weeks for them to take all that data and issue a report.”
Fillenwarth says he does not know the relationship between the woman who was killed and the infant who was taken to the hospital to get treated.
ABC News president Kimberly Godwin: Donald Trump is “as racist as they come”
Delphi Police Warn Parents to Stay Alert After Man Takes Girls into Woods
Bill Passes Senate Allowing Banks to Make Changes to Deposit Accounts Without Obtaining Consent
Gun Goes Off at Top Golf in Fishers, Indianapolis Man Arrested
Top 10 Most Dangerous Cities In Indiana
A new Buc-ee's will be less than 2 hours from Indy
Nationwide AT&T Outage: Users Report 'SOS' Message Instead of Signal Bars
Substitute Teacher at Perry Meridian High School Assaulted By Student, Student Not Arrested