One dead and three injured in crash in Scott County

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Scott County, Indiana (Oct. 20, 2013) – One person was killed and three others injured when the vehicle they were in left the roadway and crossed into the path of an oncoming truck.

Around 5 p.m. Sunday evening, a Hyundai Santa Fe, driven by Natalie Bomar, 19 from Mt. Washington, Kentucky was southbound on Interstate 65 near the 25 mile marker in Scott County in Southern Indiana when her vehicle crossed through the cable barrier in the median and into the northbound lanes.

When the vehicle entered the path of an oncoming Ford F150 pickup truck, pulling a trailer.

The Hyundai struck the pickup truck, which went  off the east side of the interstate and burst into flames.

Good Samaritans were able to pull two people from the truck: 9-year-old Andrew Godsave and his grandmother, Sandra Godsave, 62 of Greenwood, Indiana.

However, they were unable to save the driver, Dennis Godsave, 62.

Bomar and Sandra Godsave were both taken to University Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky and the 9-year-old victim was taken to Kosair Children’s hospital in Louisville, Kentucky all in serious condition.

 

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