BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, Ind. — Two people are dead after a Monday evening crash in Bartholomew County involving a train and an SUV.
According to the German Township Volunteer Fire Department, crews responded to 900 North near 250 West just before midnight for the deadly crash.
After arriving on scene, the SUV was located, which had sustained heavy damage to the driver’s side.
Crews then found two people entrapped in the vehicle. However, after extricating both individuals they were pronounced dead. A third person was also found on the ground, near the vehicle.
The deceased were later identified as 30-year-old Joshua Kelso and 20-year-old Justice Llewellyn. Both victims died due to blunt force trauma.
That third person was flown to an Indianapolis hospital for treatment. No word has been released on that person’s condition.
The crash remains under investigation.
(Photo by WISH-TV/ISP.)
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