Sheriff: Heart attack causes 8-vehicle crash

ALEXANDRIA, Ind. (AP) — A central Indiana sheriff says a
semitrailer driver’s heart attack triggered an eight-vehicle crash that
sent five people to hospitals.
Madison County Sheriff Ron
Richardson said the semitrailer driver and four people from other
vehicles were taken to hospitals following the crash Monday morning at
the Intersection of Indiana 9 and Indiana 28 in Alexandria, about 40
miles northeast of Indianapolis.
Richardson told The Herald Bulletin (http://bit.ly/1lVYcTt ) the accident happened when
the semitrailer, which was northbound on
Indiana 9, struck two vehicles south of the intersection. The truck
continued through the intersection, crossed into the southbound lane and
struck a third vehicle, causing a chain collision with four other
stopped, southbound vehicles.
ALEXANDRIA, Ind. (AP) — A central Indiana sheriff says a
semitrailer driver’s heart attack triggered an eight-vehicle crash that
sent five people to hospitals.
Madison County Sheriff Ron
Richardson said the semitrailer driver and four people from other
vehicles were taken to hospitals following the crash Monday morning at
the Intersection of Indiana 9 and Indiana 28 in Alexandria, about 40
miles northeast of Indianapolis.
Richardson told The Herald Bulletin (http://bit.ly/1lVYcTt ) the accident happened when
the semitrailer, which was northbound on
Indiana 9, struck two vehicles south of the intersection. The truck
continued through the intersection, crossed into the southbound lane and
struck a third vehicle, causing a chain collision with four other
stopped, southbound vehicles.