Crash in freezing fog conditions injures two

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CLINTON COUNTY, Ind. (January 2, 2016)–Two people were seriously injured after their car hit a slick spot on Interstate 65 in Clinton County Saturday morning.

Indiana State Police were notified around 7:45 a.m. of a single vehicle crash on I-65 at the 158 mile marker, just south of State Road 28.

Investigators say they believe the driver was northbound on I-65,  hit a patch of ice,  caused by freezing fog.

The driver lost control and rolled the vehicle, trapping the driver and a passenger inside.

Both suffered serious injuries.  The passenger was taken by medical helicopter to  St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis.  The driver was taken to IU Health Arnett Hospital in Lafayette.

North and southbound lanes of I-65 were closed for about an hour while the crash scene was cleaned up.

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